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iAtEDFORD MAIL TRTKUXE, MEDF0R1), OiWIOX, FJMUW, NOVrcMnntt 20, 1012.
IN RECENT YEWS
With all tlio ureal championship
battle", of ThanligRlvIiiR dny over,
local bexlnpf funs will now ttirn their
attention over to (he liotno nmtth,
Hud Andenon and 'Habo" Plcato,
who ore scheduled to hot ten round
"HAS BEENS" FAIL
J DOWN THE K DS
Tin luuli clinol football team
Thur0n enmo buck into form und
niiiullv trounced the 1hmi itr nlittniii
team liv n -core of IS to 12. For llif
firl three minute of th mime the
niumni iftoKCit iiHiifjot-uiw lint mire
1,000 THEFrS CREDITED
TO SLAIN BURGLAR
for th'e llghtwelRhl championship o:... tm.i ..... ,hmnli their limit,..!
the northwest on cfomlier Ctti be-! ,m,,,r r ,,mvs ,ju. jjji, rl0 MV
foro the Medford Athletic cluh. vcd tln nttiivk and hud thin?, their
Althh'iRh Plcato li not yet out of m, wni. A ,i, foL, .,,, e,tMUsi.
i.i ... i. . . .- ...... . . - -.,...
nin ioon ne is conmucpMi ny mm
mm 'aporllnjj writer, tohc thp fast
est and cfevereat boxer produced In
Into years. IMcato has only been In
tlio rlTift Rtinio three years, boxed hts
first yeav hi nh amateur, then
branclicd out Into the professional
ranks and has ot to meet his first
defeat in the boxing game.
Plcato comes from a flRhUnK fam
ily, he being tho yotinsest of three
brothers, tho other two being Char
ley nnd Frank the latter a few years
ago was considered a top notch
lightweight and has had three ten
round no decision bouts with ex
ehnmploq Ad Wolgast. Charley
another brother Is now boxing with
fair success around t.os Angeles, but
"tlabe" is the star of the family. I
lloxing seems to have been heredl-1
tary with him, as in the ring he goes!
on about his business like a past)
master nt the game.
In meeting Anderson, Plcato real
izes that the Vancouver whirlwind is
a hard nut to crack but "Dabe"
says, "they all look alike to him."
hie for the alumni -cores. s the hull
win twice lost in the inwt ami the;
older head found it fltvl. Tlio Inch
school played a lroU iefcnic
pame, worked n forward p.i. mic
wfullv for a touchdown and tnnile
I'lMfNteul euin' through the heavier
line. The leant i in vootl dinic for
the came with Albany here on next
Tue-ilny. It i hoped that a Inrse
erowd uill turn out for the Albany
mime it the linnneml side of (he sea
son hu been very Uit"ieee,"fiil,
WET STREETS MAKES
The present condition of the city's
streets is causing automobile driv
ers considerable trouble as the tend
ency on the part of machines to skid
at corners and when brakes are sud
denly applied In very marked, owing
to the coating of slush on the pave
ment. A number of near accidents
Dr. .Morrison's car skidded sudden
ly Thursday on the east side striking
a curb and crushing a wheel. A
J number of others have narrowly es
caped ii like accident.
According to members of the eom
mittee of the Greater Med ford clu'i
named to recommend some person
for the job of police matron in tlu
eitv there is no dearth of candidate.
A large number of ntipiicntinns have
been received, not only from women
in tin' city but from many outside
eitic.. from Is Angeles to Senttle
The womtii hnve not as yet decided
ni to which one of the applicants they
will reoommend. but nre carefully
looking over the Hit. ' The committee,
however, is opined to the imimrtn
tion of o matron.
I art j&r jjMb SilSMSliB i J
Or . whore he was the chief proPtnler
of the WaMutiAion tloiuii Telephone
company. A few months 'later the
concern collapsed and l)aldor ills
appeared for abnlit one year. At the
same time. I;e was Interested In sev
eral mining deals, potlug as u pro
moter of mining proportion of ftttiu
UaMdor hus next hininl from In
Portland In November. lOOS. when
ho was Indicted by the Federal au
thorltlos for alleged tntsiiso of the
malls to defraud 'investor In con
nection with the maaaisenient of the
Pacific Northwest Iteilty Associates.
Davldor w?s wull known In Med
ford having visited hen itnvcrnl
tluie-i. Me nlalmed to ho seeking
Investments nnd was entertained by
local real estate men In appear
ance, he was n Fremh flaii."' and n
CLASS OF 60 TO
" ' BE
DCTCCTIVE MARTIN rrvY
IDENTIFY VOGEL AS
Medford Camp No (0, Woodmen of
tho World held a very Important
hiiMlnesii meeting Tuesday night.
AM there Were uhuiit 150 new nppllea
tloiiM on file. It was delded to hold a
class Inlt'iinn nnd banquet on Hut
urdny night December ill.
All neighboring emu pit will ho pres
ent, also Deputy Head Consul, P. )'.
(lllroy of Snn Krnnrlseo In expected
to be In uttoiitltnii'Oj It bclni; (ho
regular election night the following
offlrern were elected (or tho ensuing
term. Pant consul J. V. I.lng, Con
sul Commander II. V. Mulkey, Advl
ser W. T. ShntiltH, Hanker John A.
Perl, Clerk W. II. Jackson, Kscort II.
C Sleverlson, Watchman I'. K. Hum
tnoiul, Sentry Charles McClalu, Man
agerA. J Anderson. . large amount
of routine buslnesa was transacted
Hie National league mut I'lexlilenl
r.bbrlis of llrooltlyii.
Not Ire to I'linllc,
I hereby glvn notice that my wife,
Hallln Turiihnuh 'aiid'ehllilreii have
left tny led and board nt their own
free will add I will not tin renpnns
llilo for debts contracted by them In
the future unless I give notice other
wlso. (Hlgued) W. TltllNIIOdll.
:' -J ..... ii. i u a
I.OS ANOKI.KS. Kov. 20. -After
tweutv round- of hard figlitiu nt
"tmle Tom' ' .MrCarcy'jt Vernon
iirenn yestenlny afternoon, Mexican
Joe Hier, im n warded the lceii
ton over Joe Mhiulnt of McmphiH,
Mandot, the "KghliiiR Kreueliman"
led nil the way to the eighth round,
when his peed left turn and he wax
uunble to ket' uhiiv fmm the Me-
umiiV fierce nnmhM mid only MLtnnd in the nn of the hunched ex
extreme cleverness enabled Imn I oitltoiw of live condemned men l)e
TELLS CRAWFORD 10
MIND HIS BUSINESS
SAhKM. Oie.. No, 'J').- "Attor
iipv (leucrnl Crawford is riiiiiiinir lil"
office mill I niit runnitig mine." Tin-
wns the extent of Ihe eoinment (b
ernor West would make when uked
todtn it' legal leehnienlities would
I'lillluit lluln Mid(Hcalp Itrli,; Clm.
Hlranu h AulliorJnl to (iuar-
Iln will do more; If after 'using
two bottle of fAUIMIAN' Sago you
don't thluk It Is tho flue it und most
delightful hair toulu and droiHlng
j on over dned nionfly. hack, Can
oli beat that offer?
Young women mIio icgleet their
templei, grow old before their time.
If your hair Is thinning ut the tem
ples: If It Is Inning Its natural
color, fading or turning gray, put
your faith In IMItlSl.tN K.irii und
you won't be disappointed. Large
bottle r.o cents nt Chin, HtrancV,
and denier e en where (Jlrl with
Auburn hair on every package.
A. fair size audience ut the Kata
tnriiim Thursday evening were
charmed bv the work of Madame I.n
badie in ''Tomorrow." Throughout
the evening she held the Attention of
Madame Lnbadie 'appeared under
the direction of the Greater Medford
MIl.WAlKKi:. Nov :ti That
Joseph Vogel, master of n small army
of thelvlug foreign working girls.
who was shot to death In the Ktsmere
Hotel In The Uronx, New York, and
Sam V. Davldor. cx-Mllwaiikcc club
man, stock nnd mining promotor nnd
man about town, were one. Is tho
opinion of police officials here.
If the deductions of the police, de
partment are right it will reveal the
first Information as to tho Identity
of the man, who, the New York
police say, directed more than 1000
robberies In that city.
DiVlOm' wu a big mining, oil nnd
stock promoter In Mllwaukco until he
van indicted by tho grand Jury for
Illegal use of the malts.
Davldor also went to Portland.
Mnv the twenty round. In Ihe liuiil ,.Pm(,r ;,
Mtuiil. Mnmlot made a - womierrul
burst of speed and was fightim: wild
Iv when the Kiiiig sounded, hut Itef-
eive Charley i-.ytou rwi-fit i no ngiu
hniid chive of Itivers' in token of
Splendid Thank-giving service
were held nl the l'rrbyterian eliuielt
yetdenlny, and u large congregation
wax there to appreciate them.
Kvnngeliitis ineettiigH eomiucnee
Sundny, Dee. 1, nnd fontiuue for two
week.. Dr. Win. Par-mix of Ktiseno
will nssit in these meetings. Dr.
Parsons U one of the be-t preuoher
on the I'acifie roaM and we know
him in Medford.
A luueheoii in Ihr ehnnel of Ihe
ehureh, Monday evening ut tlKI for
nil the men to mm Dr. PiirHotii nt
the very first of Ihe meetings und
to be the belter prepared to help in
INDIANAPOLIS. Intl.. 'o. 20
With many prominent hnsclmll men m
ntieudanee, the fiiuenil of John T.
Hnish, late tre-idcnt of the S'utioiiul
League elub, was held here this iifler
iiooii. The bier was lilenilly eoveied
The service- were held iii St. Piiiil'
Kpiseopnl ehureh, anil intenucnt win
in Crown Ihll cemetery.
Among the dead mugnnlc's former
insoemtes who paid their la-t re
speels were John J. Medrnw, mniin
gar of the New York (limits; August
Herrmann, president of the Ciueilinati
Iteds: Thomiis J Lmh. pn-iiilent of
Severe Lung Trouble
VLIIn o til klinw lliat .lnilr uf frrli
Ir and twn fisxl at uis-rir in .ioin
tunning from lung ItuuMr, wiurlliliis
iimrr Ii nrr.lr.l n t.t tuat aluiul full Iti-iltb
l.kuin Allrrallr I. inrUlrlit tar
thriii ami luti tiuutilrt, snl ihi iiikiit
frlKirU lut Iwro Its-rlinl tmwlnx Ibal
It I ruuihl alsiut Kimm rrnulU III a liulnUr
of im iUi urrv (IfsUrrU huil44.
tlial all uOrrvn niiu uit tint U-urailus
UtirrwUi, 111011111. at Ifnat liitr.tltJI
Ut II liu i1oim for nllirta It nut Im
III inmr of iMtorliK J ml In liiir u
tntU.te UU vatr
.,., ., . W.lln IJilf, Jllun.
"Ilfbtlruirnt In lrvrmvr Itnw and
Utub. lusj, I km takii hIIIi brmor
IL of it,,. Inn,),, wrLlcu ronrlur.1 urn
Mrl null mrli Unix u mr M tlw-u.
Irfl ui nj rak auil I wugfiisl al nUbl
ami cuul.1 not alrvo lr ais-lUv !
fllJ mr. Mr iloclor adtl.r.1 m i hu
IVvat U.. I,. .I..... ....... ..... :..'-.
HOW TO TREAT AILING
((rowing cliHilieji piny hard and
work hard at ncIiooI, which with ra
pld to will uses up uu nntii iiimlti
amount of energy and vitality that
must ho replaced
When n child Is tired nil the time,
no appetite, weak, dullrato mid Hide
ly wo uiiaraiilen Vlnul, our didlrlunn
rod liver and Iron Ionic, will build
them tip, create u hearty Appetite,'
sound flesh mid liniHcle tlsntio, pilru
heulthy hlood, und malm them
Mary J.aug uf Altyoim. j , wrlliws
"Kver Miiee (ihlldhood I have been
weak and delicate nnd my blnnd has
been thin and poor. Many different
loriiiH of treatment did inn no good,
nul IiuiK spring I took Vino) and now
I am ho much stronger mid better
that I v.nrt you to liitow It. I don't
l.ii'ii" when I have felt so well nnd
vltioio.it as tiiivn si m taking VI
mil." If Vino) falls In do Juat what wo
my we will glvo hack jour money,
. ..-' .m n.i'.riuin-r. i.il i iiiaiiu..i
lo ro. bur I lii four iiivi bfbioiibuHrt,
whkh inn ni Iii List f.,r ibfM wrrkt.
In .Soiulrr I slarlml ror KiiTrf. rot.
After lor arrlxl. I mi tni,..i n......
wlio, Uwn Irarului of 1117 i.iii.llilun, uici'l
we lo lk lUfcioaua AllrrtlUr In
.u, nu uioiiini, i i a mi to rm wrr
I kepi on laklnir tb iu..ll.l ,k, ,
prinr.1 fait in JUnb, mm, i,iurul
I llilnk I am rnllrrlr rll. ia a
'lit anil alrdl Krll HkL. I l-f.
flltrr tuy urlelu mi 131 t.iuh.1. I
wrlb 1H1. my u.irtoal srlfUl I
., -i. :.. " "' '"niai ii
! '?.'? "'."J .r"1 "ur Allriallif- ?.
i.A.in. i. r. , -.."."." ::t vr.",f
auflcrlnc fmio Tubrrtulo.lt'. lllVla.llJr
iKnorn aftlillTll) l-ATf. r.il,AN.VArT.
'bltli. Aallinia, Hay l-?ffj 'Ibrodt ana
i.uos irpuoin, aua m iii.lmlMln n..
7i L .1. ."""l.wniW loMoo, obUlt
?rii,i',,0",,,n.,,,us-. A,k '' "V'kUt
rl ln of rs-..,,u, , wUtr , tin.ra.il
..wiaiir;, l'Uliailrl.uu Til , r.ir IJlc
drmr Tor aj hr'all lilui if in
Bittner's Real Estate
& Employment Bureau
120 acre of good grAItt or fruit
soil, I'.' miles from Medford, 4 miles
from good little town, only lU'.'.no
20 acres, 3 miles frpm Central
Point, nuohnlf in cultivation, tho
el nnclenred, will trade for city
08 acre. 2 mile from I'hoenlx.
large homo nnd barn, 20 arr" In al
falfa, 12 acres fruit. ?ll)Q per acre.
It acre, lu norea In 3-year-old
pftari, 30 pmrli truen bearing tint
year, eMrn nootl jsinlun ull, ;SG0
4u acreii, 10 acriw In alfalfa. I'
nirea pr-arB and upple thi rel In
grain, till feimetl, no hullilliisi, will
trade for city property.
It! acre, 4 acre alfalfa, II ncr
in fruit, f room bungulow nnd other
bulldlugf, will tnku loine city pro
perty. We have untile good raiielioa lo
trade for good rlly Income property.
(llrln and women for guueral Iioiiro
work In and out of city.
Don't forget to cull Mm. Illttnor
when oir want help.
I'lioiio Home II
Oprfctlto .Viikti llo(r)
ItOflMH II mm 7. l'AI.f IIMICK.
A A A A A A i
W " w -w- - s
5 - J J-iJ
Owing to the very large amount of trade we have had during our Stock Reducing Sale, we will continue this Sale until
Dec. 7th. All our goods are marked plain. This is a real sale, one that you get just what we advertise.
'-, Lines are still complete. Shop early.
Sheeings, MuMiiis, Sheet and 'Cnrtes'will nil go regardless of cost. Our
hlmk ot these goods U yerfv laie. You derive the benefit of the extra low
.'1(1 in. IIujw Wenched .Muslin, yd ,.'.... .7 Y$
!t(l in luixilnle Mu-liti, yd , ..Sl-3(
8-J Aurora Sheetings per yard ..s-.i..f..i .-.- 22
9-4 Aurora Sheeiug., per yard 21 p
10-4 .umra Khectiut'S per yard 2G
8-4 Dlcu-licd Aurora Hheetiti, per yard 23i
!' 1 Itleuched Auioru HIieetiugR, per yunl 25
10-4 Hleiiehed Aurora Sheetingh, per yard . . . , 27
0-4 I'eipiot nieaolisd SliecliugP, ier yard 28i
10-4 I'eqnnt Hleached .SIicoHukm, per yard , .31J
20e12 iii. Pilloi- Tul'in, per yard 1G
22c.4.j in. Pillow TubiilB, pe? yard 18
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
72.!)0 oOe Oraile Slieeln, eeh 38
7200 70e gnidii 1-picee Sheet1!, each , , 55
81x00 70e rado 1-piece Sheet, each 59tf
S2JiO Kanoy Coats while (liey liiwl, cad
S'.f.Oi) Fancy Coats while they In-1, each
$4.00 Funny (,'oftU while they Inst, each
IiinuiU' Coatx 2 to 0's, .f1.,0 mid f-Utfi grade, ciieli
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
HIvOM &1 .rviialf. 1n.i.i.f Ct,-w,t .,..,.1.
81x00 jftl.m grado l'equot Hemstitched Sheets, each
42 nnd -15 in. Km- I'iliow CnsoH, eaeli
12 nnd 4,' in. 2.V Pillow Cum, eueii .
12 nnd -.ri in. Pemiot Pillow Cukc. eneli
l.r in lViiiol Jlemstilehed Cnhex, each ,
LADIES', MISSES, CHILDREN'S COATS
Wu have made price. repunJIehK of coM, J)mt will move utery eoat in htoek.
They me ul) lliix year'h infuleU ip fancy )i.lures, liuge collarfi, vAu.
IfJO.OO Coals, while thoy laM, each: ; ; j.. . A J , .?. $0.9
JrL'J.OO Coiii. while they last, eueh . Sft.S
i7.00 Ulaek Couf, wliil3 they laM, each $5.25
ill.OO l)laej; Coats while they In, ouch $7,00
17.30 Black Coats while they h.M, each $10.98
12.00 Ulaek Cout while they lasl, eueh $8.50
.100 pair IllnnketK and 20 dozen Comfort are, going to he sold in lhi Hi
Sale. Xow in the timo you me needing this ineii'liiiudise. Come In mid xuve
2. to 10 per cent. -
0Je full 10-4 M.v Ctlor( Jllnnkets, pair... 450
.T1.2 full J 1-1 sir.e Cotton UlankcU, pnir 890
.f2.2' full 12--I wine. Cotton HlaiikeiN, pnir $lf.75
.?r.(l0 full .ized Wool IllnnketK, pair . . , $3j59
lilunkeifi erune in all color-.
WiO full hied Wool IllaiikelH, pair , , $4.38
iH full auod Wool plaid HhinkctH, pair , $5.58
12.10 full Hieil Hlauket Jfobft, 2.1 Putteny ti; select from, euel $1.78
fie ChildK' Cilb lihiukcle,, fniey blue und pink, etc., eueh 390
$1.00 Chiblh' Crib Hlauket', fancy blue, pink, cc., oaei ,-.90
1.00 nwl n'tA'd he.'ivy Comforii, cujh ;j$ x , . . , ,730
1.2." full sized lieuvy Comj'ortB, each .,,!.., '. . . .830
$l.fi0 full Hized heavy Comforth, each .'. ,930
1.25 kooiI kIwU lht ComfurlH, each ..,,..,.. f 980
l.fJ0 full sized li'ht ComfortH, each .," SI. 10
1.7"j nnd ir'-'.OO nil izo Kht ComfortH,' each .$1.29
2.2."i and 2,.r.O full size lii-ht ComfoiH, each . . .' $1,79
V-'.7.r and $:i full um VlU ComforlH, each , $lff
:i.2.' mid $IJM full size liht Coinfoiln, each $2.19
$-1 full ftin liglil ComfortH, each .' '. .$2.38
$-J.r)0 full sized hill: boiind ComforlH, (.eh T.'. JJ2.G8
AH color to ntwl from
i f f a I
I I f I MIMMI M MMM I I M t M M M M M I i)lt)ll
ri.00 Shoo , $2.29
rfjM OllOtlS MM! MMMMMIIMIMIMMIIMMMMIMMI . J I O
2.00 Krade heavy Shooa, pair $1.09
2.00 Shoeq r ,...: 81.08
flUid Hhnrif $1 .9S
:uin SIioch $2.58
TJm'H niiurH i m 1 1 i m i m i i i 1 1 m m mj m i i i i i
ii niiiH'if t(fit.t.(at.ttitt
Tl nllOCM IM IMIIIMimiMIMDMtlMMIHMMMMI
2.r pair .Men's hili lop SIioch, JJ.nt) Krade, while Ihey lal, pair,
MISSES' AND BOYS' SHOES
W will cive u dlKeoiitit of 10 per cent on overv pair of thejio fch
och in our
Every n&lr of SHOCS In our entire .stock will ijo in this sale. Complete linos
of Ladles' Men's, Boys' and Girls' at prices that will wove them quickly. Come
early while we have a complete line in size and style.
f dozen pair of Rubbers H.nl wj nio Kiiinj; lo sell below whnloSule cohI, Coinn
hi and get u pair NOW.
3fl pounds HeJ Fruit fju'tfiir ....'.,.,,..... $1.00
10 poiiu.lH Whllo IIcuuh .,,, $1.00
25 pouiidH Pink JloniiH ....,., , $1.00
1 1 poiimU A-l Jap Hifii f $1,00
20 fHUiuds Red Moxicun JIcuiih . , $1.00
Cleat- Water J Jurd Wiieul Hour, N'i'k $1.10
Jlyliiiiil DIoiiiI JInrd Wlipt Flour, nuck ,., , $1.25
American How, Civam of Itliie Slcin, Jluni Wheal Flojir, Hnek $1.35
Pearl Oil, 5 kiiIIoii nm $1.25
Koccno Oil, T kiiIIoii can ..,...,' $1.40
Jiylk Iverohcije Oil, pillun v 200
20o oxlm qunllty soli1 pack Toinntou, onje brand, m- mt i2l,0
ao pound Hack while or yellow lUm Heal . , 300
30 poiin.l hiicJ; Oril.um : ,., , , 00
r0 Miii,i Hunk Stoel: Salt , , ,400
fiO lwiind wick fino 'J'ublo Suit , 500
f0 pound Buck HleiJ: Salt , , . , )40O
Medford, UTTTrtrTCTVl Q T TTTt yTOTVTT ., I
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