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MEDFOttT) MA.TL TRIBUNE, MEPFORD, .QftEflOK TTRTDAY, NOVEMBER 22 1912.
WEST IIS PAT
IN fttlUIN OF
IX)3 AtfOKLtS, 'Al.p Nov. 22.
Wobdro' Wilson today ban bright
ctiftnr bt adding California's elec
toral' vote to hlfi totals, an the re
Kiilt of & decision of tlio court of
appeals abstaining the colitoutlon of
the democratic couhty central com
mittee regarding the methods of
vote counting employed here.
Tlio court Yuled .that the canvass
bt the return by tho county super
Vigors must bo made from tho tally
sheets used by tho election officials,
and not from the officials' cortlfl
cntcs. The WIlRonltes declaro that
this ruling will so Increase the WH
Son-voto In Los Angeles county as to
insure a democratic victory In the
The supervisors will comply at
or.co iilh tho court's order nml ex
pect to complete tho new count by
course. It ha a sworn duty to per
formto eo that tho laws of tho
slato are enforced sand ho matter
whether tho violators are distin
guished, public otttclata, who do u
wholesale husltteaa Illegally, or the
huiublo blind lilKiivr In the Jmek alley."
DeVerno & Van at tho Isis Thea
ter. This clever team of comedians
opened 40 a good house last night.
Miss DVerne. the lady with the big
volco. made a hit -with the audience.
Their act sis out of the ordinary Hue
of vaudeville! as It Is both musical
and comedy. This clever team
plays Poet and Peasant overture on
the Oxolyphone which Is a treat to
EIGHT THOUSAND PLUNKS
PRICE OF LOGGIE'S ARM
SEATTLE Wn., Nov 22. Eight
thousand dollars eneh is the quota
tion' on loggers' arms here today, n
fixed by I ho jury which jiwarded tbU
nmount to Kmil Hendrickon, who
lost one while working1 for the Simp
son logging company, ric was. crush
ed irhich n log rolled down ft chute
onto1' him. pinning him against n
UOSF.mirin, Oro., Nov. 22. In a
letter to Carl K, Wlmtterly, city re
corder of Rosehurg, Governor West
declare nothing can change his
course In hla law enforcement ca,m
pftlgn and that Mayor Mlcclll Is to
blamo for the directing- of public at
tention to tho conditions to Hose
burg. Mr. WImberly had sent the
governor a ropy of resolutions passed
by the city object Iny to tho gover
nor's action rcgnrdlng law enforce
ment In Rosehurg.
"My line of action Is already
marked out and I intend to follow
It to the end," declares tho governor
who says further:
"It Is a fact, admitting of no con
tradiction, that any Institution Is a
public nuisance which openly, con
stantly and notoriously flaunts its
disregard of constituted authority in
the face of decent people, to tho de
triment or the public morals and the
public good. This Is a maxim and
I It is corollary thereto that any per
son siauuing as sponsor ior, or nana
in band with, such an institution
partakes of its public attributes and
fcharcs In Its public disgrace.
"Such an institution Is the Rose-
burg Brewing & Ice company, the
revocation of whose charter has been
asked of tho court by request of this
office, -based upon indictments
found by a grand jury of tho law
abiding and Justice loving citizens of
Douglas county. Against this effort,
your mayor, a stockholder and pro
fit sharer lu this Illegal handmaiden
of organized vice, made Indignant
defense. Sworn to uphold the law
he stultified his oath by attempting
to condone Its violation a violation
provtn of record by the pleas of
guilty entered upon the docket of
tho circuit court.
"iN'o man can keep his oath and
break IL 'o man can fulfill his
trust and betray It. This office is
confident your mayor knew the
local option laws were being vio
lated In Koseburg and by the Rose
burg Brewing & Ice company. Ho
was a stockholder In an Illegal busi
ness; white sworn to uphold and
j force .tho law.
j "In view of these facts, this of
I flee .sees no reason to change its
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DAUGHTER A SUICIDE
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I.ON8DAI.R, It. !., Xnv. 22."l
enli'l got the water ofC my mind."
ThN nolo was found today nmopg
tlio effects o- jfl" Norma (Inrviu,
j daughter of former (lovernor (Inrviti
of lilmde .Mimd. vlioo body wits
taken fron Mio Ulnek'-loiie river. An
uutnpov Umwed thai tlenlh was due
lit drowning, nud tlul Mi"- Onrvln
hnil been dead ut leal Iwouly hours
linfm',t lini limit ti'iiu fmitul. Tli
. -. .... t".-.- .v. .."..,1 1. .II-. .-
today from Sheriff Howard or bin- Unrp lime lio murk of iocnce.
klyou county advising tho local nu-j Members of Miss Marvin's fmiiltv
thorllles Oint tho second robber nhl todnv Hint she Imd been dim
who assisted Goldle itrown In hold- 1""K'iU for some Juno. She started
, .. , . ,,lw . io u siuirugu iiiei'ii g ni nnwn inn-
lng up the saloon at Hilt was un-! .y m Krtv,m,u,r'-17 ,,, j,1Vl,.
dor arrest. Ho was caught while jetton 8,owed 'lie hud never loueliod
trying to make his way south. j the railroad station.
HOW TO BUY'
WHERE TO BUY
Word was received In Medford
Thd Gold Dust Twins9
R Philosophy f
NOWyou have often said: "Oh dear, I dread when eating
time comes near. It's not so much the cooking, grub, but
4 cleaning after." there's the "rub." Each kitchen holds a
mass of work, no tidy little wife should shirk.
The kitchen floor, the kitchen sink, tho
kitchen pots as black as ink, the kitchen
kettles and the pans, the silver, glass and
saavfeA k3 MAMA A k m. nl t 9 lVatl
EMsKBoaaBiBaaamBal vuua auu uut, wucioyci juu wmj ivum,
the toil means more than any kettles boa. lo just "prepare - a
meal is "fun," but work, with THAT is scarce "begun."
If those who stay up days and nights to win the cause of
1 " ' ' ' ' ' "
SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
ON VARIETY, CLEANLINESS AND
mass ot work, no tidy littl
I jGoldDutt I
I vs. Kitchen Worry
TU CM Dut Tn'aa Mkt U Wkd WwM
"Women's Rights" would only vote the GOLD DUST PLAN they
soon would have the best of man.
More time for comfort and for
smiles; more time to play a wo
man's wiles, for once the GOLD
DUST TWINS appear. Hard La
bor's cry you never hear; frail
woman is a queenly soul who
plays the "Take-it-Easy" role. Each
GOLD DUST package sets her
free by bearing outits guarantee,
and never more those household
.woes that every weary woman
knows. Pile up the dishes as you
wiU. the GOLD DUST TWINS
will clean 'em still. Old floors and woodwork sinks and pans, turn
out as Master Cleaner Plans. From sun to sun, and chore to
chore, your tasks will fret' you nevermore.
iiinumu un inn rii(Hoiiiiar. u nv ncu vnu i
Order whnt you waul from "-lOll" nnt you will ct
it. Deliveries made from 7 a. in. to ( p. in.
Is you tfi'oeeryman aeeonimodaiiutf? Does lie
tfive you wliat you want '(
We hhve a uood liortion of tin best ''neonle in
Aledford" as our eustoiners. "Whv not vouT'
"Our customers have confidence in us." We do
not disappoint them in the quality of tho goods.
Do you absolutely rely upon the Word of your
groceryman or are you always fretting about aii un
satisfactory bill of goods J
Our Thanksgiving line is most, complete.
Our honest policy in dealing with our customers
is certainly worthy of your consideration.
The " Best " is always the "Cheapest,"
No mutter what tlio
profuToncw may be
"Wheat Nutn"' ,
r "Pnncnko l-'lour"
bo auro it io
At Ytttr Grtttrt
Ml 4 1 fq't ttiMir.tM..il,i,
t rt t$4li IN 4 ft. ! ,M4
Hold Your Apples nnd Get Better Prices
VFo can store 17 ears moro of fruit. Rates as follews:
200 boxes or has 2.k per box for the season. All in
excess of 200 boxes 20e for the season.
Season to April 1st.
Medford Ice & Storage Co.
:: Our stock is not large ',',
:; but we have a line which ;;
' ' is different. Also a very ' '.
:: few mirrors and serving ! :
t 13-1 W. Main Stroot. I
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.U.U PANAMA CANAL
i rw i Ntw omtAHS
itl.K, Krkili(wlit Inlllt.
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liiu jimt'ii St , Snn Kranchco, Cal.,
or Inrnl hKont.
NOW IS THE TIME TO ATTEND THE BIG STOCK
Sheetings, Muslin:, Sheets nnd Cases will nil ro rcgur1le$ft
of cost. Our stock of, the.e goods U vcrj' Inrge You derive tho
benefit of the extra low prices
30 in. Hone Blenched Muslin, yard 7jtf
30 in. Lonsdale Muslin, yard .' 8 l-3i
8-4" Aurora Sheetings, per yard 22
fl-4Auror.i Sheetings, per ynrd.... ,..... ; 24
104 Aurora Sheetings, per yard 26?
8-4 Illeached Aurora Sheetings, per j-nrd 23
9-4 Blenched Aurora Sheetings, per yard 25
10-4 Bleached Aurora Hheetings, per yard 27J
0-4 Pcquot Wenched Sheetings, j-nrd 28
10-4 Pefliiot Bleached Sheetings, j-ard 31J
20c 42 in. Pillow Tubing, yard , 16J
22c 45 in. Pillow Tubing, ynrd 18
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
72x00 50o grade Sheets, each 38
72x00 70c grade 1-piece Sheets, each 55
81x90 700 grade 1 -piece Sheets, cridi 59
81x00 $1 grade Pequot Sheets, each 75
81x90 fl.lc grade Pequot Hemstitched Sheets, ench 89
42 nnil 45 in. 15c Pillow Cases, each, '. , 1G
42 and 45 in. 25c Pillow Cases, ench 15(
42 mid 45 in. Pequot Pillow Cases, each 19j
45 lu. l'quot Hemstitched Cases, each 26(
Only four numbers to oifor 100 dozen. Look 11 1 the prices
fie good full sized Huelc Towels, each. 5&
lOo big sized heavy Huck Towel1, each 7$
12Vio extra largo Huck Towels, each 9
2fio extra large and heavy Bleached Turkibh Bath Towels, ca 19
pi) til I1C8 f ov
$1.75 values ,... $1.25
$2.50 value , ....,'. $1.78
$2.75 values . . '. , . $1.98
$3,00 values i $2.19
27 in. Utility Ginghutns, yard 8
27 in. Auioskcug Oinghams, yiird . . , , 1(
32 in, 15c grade Ginghanls, yard . .'. 12J
32 in. grade Im)orted Qinghnms, ynrd 18
We want to make Saturday a winner, and have added
many new bargains to our sale. Come early before the
rush starts, and get the best selections. Only one more
veek remains of the biggest Real sale ever held in Medford
LADIES', MISSES, CHILDREN'S COATS
We have made prices ivganlles of cost, that will movo every
coat in stock. They are till this year's models in funcv mixture,
large collars, etc.
$10.00 Coats, while they IiihI, mi4i SG.98
$15.00 font , while they litM, eacl $9.50
$7.00 Black Coals, while they hist, each. . .- S5.25
$9.00 B!aek Coats, while they last, each $7.00
$17.50 Hlnok Coats, while they Iimt, each $10.98
$12.00 Black Coats while they last, each $8.50
$2.50 Fnney Conts, hile they last $1.98
$3.00 Kancy Coats, while lliev last $2.19
$ 1.00 Fancy Coats, while they InM- $2.88
InfaiiU' Coat, 2 to fl's, $2.50 and $2.05 grade, each $1.98
Some Kil'j values that will hiirpriso you, ' We just received
r, large shipment of thc-e goods and they nil go in the Big Stock
Iledttfiiip Knlo regit nil ess of col.
20-27 inch colored and black .Mcsxiilino Silk, cheap at 89c,
3 nit 4 ' tUiv
3fl inch $1.25 j-rade Cliifloit Tiifl'ctus all colors, yard 89
27 ineli $1.00 rade TaffeltiN all wiloiv, yiud. C8
30 inch $1.50 grade Black Dutchess HiUin, extra quality, yd. 98c
30 inch black Peau do Sole, regnlur $1.50 value, yard.,. $1.1 9
$1,00 30 inch Satin for lining, etc., yard 69
$1.50 30 inch genuine Skinners' Satin, yard $1.19
52 inch $1.25 rmle Fancy Wool S'tlK yard 78cJ
51 inch $1.50 j;rnde Fancy Wool Suiting, yard .$1.19
40 inch $1.00 Kpingal Clolh, all colors, very nice for one- "
jiieco dresses, ynrd , ; .G9
42 inch $1.50 grade Silk mn Wool Poplins, nil colors, yard 98tf
LADIES' KID GLOVES
$1.00 guide Colored, all sizes, pain , 85
$1.50 grnilc, Colored. 11irsi7.es, pair,' $1.19
frl.25 grade Hlack, all si.cs, pair, 4 ,,,.,.. .95d
$1.50 guide Black, all sics, pair. ..,..,....., ,. ..... ,$1.19
$1.75 grade While, all sics, pair. ,. $1.29
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
300 pair Blankets and 20 dozen Comforts are going to bo
sold in this Big Sale Now is the Inue you arc needing this
iiitTi'luiiiiliwe. ('nine 111 and ue 25 to III per ccul.
(i.'o full 10-1 size Cotton Blankets, pr ., i5
$1.25 full 11-1 size Cotton Blankets, pr S9
$2.25 full JIM siyo Colton Blankets, pr $1.75
$"1.0(1 full wired Wool lUaukclH, pr $!t.59
$0.50 full sired Wool Fluid Blankets, pr. $-1.38
$8.00 full .izcd Wool Fluid Blankets, pr $5.58
Blankets come in nil coitus,
$2.19 full S'.c.l Blanket Holies, 25 pal terns to sclent
.from, wiuli $1.78
50u rhilds' Ciib Bliiiikcis, funey bluu and ping, clc,,nii)h. .I19
$1.00 CIiIIiIh' Ciib Blunkels, fancy blue, pink, etc., each. . ,.9:
$1.00 good sized heavy Comforts, each 7!ty
$1,25 full sized heavy Comforts, each 83
$r.5() full sized heavy Comforts, each 9IlJ
$1.25 good sized light Coiurorl, eilcli S9i
$1.50 full sized light Comforts, eaoh $1.10
$1.75 nnd $2.00 full size light Comfoits, eacl $1.29
$2.25 ami $2.50 full size light Comfoits, each....... ..$1.79
$2.75 and $.1.00 full size light Comforts, vault $1.98
$3.25 and $3.50 full size light Comfoits, each $2.19
$1.00 full Hizo light ComforlH, each ,.$2.:1S
$1.50 full sized silk bound Comforts, each $2.08
All colors to select from.
10 pounds Best Fruit Sugar ,,., $1.00
1(1 pounds White JJeaim $1.00
25 pounds Pink Beans .$1.00
14 pounds A-l Jap Ili:o , i $1.00
20 pounds Bed Moxicntl Beans. ..,, $1,00
Clear Wnlor Iltud Wheat Flour, sack , . .$1.10
Ilyland Blend Hard Wheat Flour, sack '...$1.25
American Bose, Cream of Blue Stem Hard Wheat j''lour,
Kfl(K I III l I I M f I t ( t M ( ') t I t M I M ' M 1 I M 1 1 1 M JJ-l.lr
, Pearl Oil, 5 gallon can. . ; . . J1,25
Kocrne .Oil, 5 gallon can $1.10
Bulk Kerosene Oil, gallon.,., 20
20q exlm quality solid pauk Toiilntoes, Del Mould brand,
Wwr '"' 2'j5
10 pound sack white or yellow Corn Meal. . . . ; 0?
10 pound sack Graham liOv
50 pound sack lino Table Halt , 50t
50 pound sack Slock Salt '!(
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