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KtEPFOttP iAIXn TRIBUNE, TOPFORD, OREGON. SATURDAY. JANUARY 18. 1013.
itit-Htit t -fc. -
John Q (lore left on Friday's trfeln
for Southern Callforntn. on n
A. Conro Flero of Central Point
district was nrntitiK thtiso who trnnt
ncicd business In Moilfonl Prldaj
Jltcnl homo mado bread nt tie-
vor. ' V ' v' f
WtIf Miller of Gold Hill wn lit
Mcdford nnd Jncksonvlllo Friday.
Mr. nnd Mm, II. O. Strntton ore
ntJkifttf SolitHorrt Cnllfornln'nii ex
tended vlstt. it
' J. Tanner will manago tlio
Nulntbrltun rink from now on. Bim
etal nitontlon to ladles. Open attor-
nbantnnd i evening. Lesson morn
Iiirs, Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day Teachlne CO cents. 25
iU 12. Smith, who spent several
month in AlciUonl, In the Interest
of n' Wholesale fruit and nroduco con
corn dolnR business nt Sacramento,
Cat., returned to that city during the
week. Ho sayo that the reason he
shipped no apples front hero Is be
cause he get more of the commercial
varieties for less than $1 per box
f. o. b.
Mrs. M. M. Taylor of Jacksonville
has been visiting the Misses Towno of
' Fred Alton Halght (National Con
servatory New York) teacher of
piano and harmony, specialist In cor
rect principles of touch and tech
nique. Residence studio, 403 Oalt
dalo avenuo, South, phono 72C2.
MIm Lillian Crenshaw of Long
Iloach Is anions the Californlans who
nro visiting in Rogue river valley.
. Mrs. W. 11. Coleman and Miss FIos
slo Dunford were over from Jackson
ville Friday morning.
Dr. S. A. Lockwood and Dr. Myr
tle S. Lockwood (regular physicians,
not chiropractors) havo removed
their offices from the llasklns' build
ing to 232 E. Main street. 271
Mrs. Carl Webb of Portland Is vis
iting In Medford. the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Elliott.
To close them out, all cook stoves
and ranges, at reduced prices, give
us a call. F. W. Shaplcigh Hard
ware Co., 28 South Central avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dillon and
Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Stewart of Kla
math county are making Rogue river
valley a visit.
For goodnes sake, tiara R, A.
Holmes... tho Insurance aaaa write
your Usmranc. He knowi.how.
" ColoBtf Miindy.-lwhaa been Jn
Portland for a short time, is at home
Brine that old book with torn
blading down and hare It rebound
at the Mall Tribune office. CoaU
but little. U
Dr. J. S. Parson of Ashland passed
through Medford one day this week,
en- routo to Portland.
5, D. Weston, commercial photog
raphera, negatives made any time or
place by appointment Phone M.
M. T. Mlnney, who went to PorU
land with W. I. Vnwter and Colonel
Mundy, has returned to Oakland,
Cat., his home. He will bo in Med
ford again before long.
That famous old smoke the Trav
eler. H. O. Wortman has returned from
Northern California, where has has
been shipping cattlo to outsido mar
kets. B. Klura has moved his sign busi
ness to the Hoyden alloy between S.
Central and S. Dartlett.
Mrs. W. K. Kcntner and her daugh
ter are at Jacksonville visiting rela
tives. Vapor baths and scientific mas
sage for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, cbriopractor, 203 Qar
nfttUCarey .Bldg. Phone 146, .
Lowj York, who lion been Jn tbo
Philippines, Australia and other
plaeusslnce leaving here, is lu Rogue
river (valley -again.
As's for the Traveler cigar.
E. E. Philips and a. C. ncach or
Ashlfttul ,wor( business visitors Jn
Medford during the week.
Mrs. Halliday-Halght, pupil of
Marchesl (Paris), Oscar Saongor
(Now York) teaches the art of sing
ing, tone placing and correct breath
ing a specialty. Exponent of pure
"Del Canto" of the Italian school
concert, opera, oratorio. Individual
lessons or In class (three Jn class)
Residence studio, 403 Oakdale ave
nuo, South, phono 72 C2.
Frank Ray mado a trip to Jackson
ville Friday morning.
Fruit labolB In any color printed
by the Mail Tribune. tt
Mrs J. W. Morritt and ltor daugh
ter, Miss Esther, were among their
Medford friends Friday.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
t . UNDERTAKERS
Say Flion 8371
Jflflit VbosMl r. W. Weeks 0071
. A. B. Orr, 309a
Mrs. Harry Roberts of Central
Point precinct has gone to San Diego,
Cal., to bo with her mother, who wns
stricken with paralysis. Mr. Roberts
will follow later.
"Curly" Wilson, dnputy sheriff,
ami 8. S. Wnlch of Jacksonville, were
In Medford Friday morning.
Chris Ulrich of Jacksonville spent
Friday In Medford nnd Ashland.
Carkln & Taylor (John 11. Car
kin and Qlonn O. Taylor), attorneys
at-lnw, over Jackson County Dank
' Harry Porter was among the .la
lnndnGmpIro excursionists, en route
from Spokane to Southern Califor
nia. Ho formerly resided in Medford.
Lincoln McCormlck wns in Jack
sonville Friday, on legal business.
Illalue Kltitu was n -justness vis
itor ut Ashland Friday,
Kodak finishing, the best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store,
E. L, Jones, tho well known minor.
has gono to Nevada and tnny bo gone
sometime. Ha has extanshe Inter
ests In Hluo Lcdgo district.
Mr. nnd Mre. W. Usshor ot Ash
land nro In Medford this week.
Julius Lnnduulst spent several
hours in Jacksonville Friday,
Collect those scattered sheets ot
music you valuo and have them
bound la book form at the Mall
R. K. Nclll of Spokane, presldont
ot tho Koguclands company, is mak
ing Medford a business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hills havo gone to
Portland, to locate.
Charles F. Young mado a trip to
Ashland Friday, returning in tho
The cigar that put O. K. in smoke
W. H. Venable was among the
trany who wero over from Applegate
during tho week.
D. Kdmondson arrived front Arkan
sas one day this week nnd went tn
1115 Ilutto to visit his brother 11. F. C.
Kdmondson-, whom ho has not seen
for nearly slcty years.
L. D. Purdy of Kaglo Point and
D. S. Walker ot Roseburg are in
A, E. Kellogg, county coroner, was
In Medford Friday. He reports near
ly a foot ot snow at Gold HIU.
MIw W. Eldon ot Seven Oaks and
Sirs. W. T. Roter of Central Point,
wero recent visitors In Medford.
W. M. Pratt was among those, ot
our citizens who had business nt
Miss Stella Jackson ot Grants Pass
Is making a visit to friends In Med
fori. ' ,
'JSi Tucker, who has been spend
iBgiMveral weeksdn litis section, left
forltls homo nt Carbon, Cal. ."Friday
Ho will return in a few weeks.
Mis? Eva Nichols of Seattle and
Mrs. Julia Le Barre of Portland wero
among tho recent arrivals In Medford
Miss Cora Patterson of Josephine
comity, Is visiting with friends living
near Medford and Jacksonville.
Agents wanted, malq. or femalo to
sell the star cream siphon brand now
on the market. No limit to the
amount of monoy to be made. For
interview address W. 8., caro Mall
Court Hall loft Saturday afternoon
for Los Angeles nnd Vernon whero
ho will witness tho twenty-round bout
next Saturday between Uud nndorson
and Sammy Trott.
Now York Llfo Insurance Co., C,
Y. Tcngwald, Medford National
Bank Bldg.. phone 3371.
Don't Miss Major J. P. Clum's lec
turo "Travel nnd Big Parade Motion
Pictures" Friday evening, January
24th, 8:00 o'clock at tho Presbyter
ian church. Admission 10c.
Miss Lonsbcrry, assistant In the
recorder's office, has gono to Salem
to bo Representative Wcstcrlund's
stenographer In the bouse o. repre
sentatives. Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church will meet Tuesday
afternoon in the chapel of tho church.
Mrs. W. H. Gore will act as hostess.
Leo Scott has returned from
Beagle after a stay of eight months.
Mrs. M. Rukes visited at Phoenix
W. K. Faktim of Buncom spent
Saturday In Medford. Ho reports
heavy snow in tho mountains.
E. L. Webster, of Soattio, has pur
chased 80 acres of orchard land,
four mllos north and east of Med
ford. Tho tract is a part ot the A.
D. Coulter Land and Orchard com
pany's holdings and is planted to
three and four-year-old fruit treou.
Tho price paid was 24,000 nnd the
salo was mado by Clius. I). Ho of
STEAMSHIP URANIUM, WHICH. WITH 883 PASSENGERS
ABOARD, STRUCK A LEDGE OP ROCKS OFF WAUFAfl
Wk'.if JC2ST lMJSdJmgMSSB.-W. :sBSMf
jh- iiijmm; i ..ft " i ' h . i 4 H Jt HI
THIS UKLANIUM, v
VOTE 0Sf FRApE
lNHIN(l, Mlelt., Jnn, IK. -That
tho oliTtornt of Mlvhlumi will hodii
lutvo mi opiKirtuiilty to votu agulii
(in tho woman niiffrniin nnieiidiiiniit,
which wiin ilef filled by it linirnw
uinritlti In Inst November's oloctlon,
is tho liollnf Dxprctutcd by lcIMntorn
"It Irt prapttrnlly nsiuiro'l Unit the
limlNliitiiru will orili'r tho Hiitfrnuo
uiiiendiiKMit ro-Biilimlttcd to Din vot
ers kooii.' mild olie of tin lendprs.
Suffr.iKo orKiiiiUntlonii tliriiiighout
tho statu nro piepnrlutt for itnotliur
vigorous rnmiialiiK, Tjui "anllH" nro
also nrgniiUIng and luitlnlntorn uio
heliu; flooded with petitions for mid
against tho stilniilsidoii of tho amend
1 ' i ' '
HAN FltANOIHro, Jan, i8.ltn.
hiihllltntloii of tho Coiituil Piiclflii
riilltoiul, w 1 1 1 1 it presldont mill other
ooriitlvo liemH locntiMl hero, In helm;
coiiHldorml tudny by thu offlrlnln of
that lino. TIiIh v'oilld iiionii thu in
iiinviil of tho pruKKiit ufflcui'ri of tho
miiipiiiiy front Umiihii.
I'ltdi'i' the new pluii II Is prohnltto
I'nHilduiit Wlllliiin Hproulo of tho
lolilhiMi I'nelflo would lii'ml tho
('.'Html I'nelfle. wlillo Vlco-I'resldimt
i 0. Mfforiuli'k of tho Moiitliiirii ln
elfle would siiicihmI Hproulo. It ap
pear certain toduy Hint tho Union
Pacific) will neciiro tho Central Paci
fic by Inane, hut It M curtain tho
Southern I'ttrlflc will Insist on n good
price for tho pilvlleitn of operating
On the same ledeo of rocks and near the spot wle.e ilieAiinmle. of t!ie While Star line sncriflcftl more I Han
undrml lives on April I. Wl. the s(enmlili I mulum, of ihc t milium Sti-nuHim tuoi.uii, liouiid from duller
for Halifax. N S. Hid New ort.. Hed nil i n Unle -if re l. lU linli-t Iwlow III i is .11 11 iI.iimo futt 011
Jnmiiiry 12. All if the KS.1 !at-ici x ! lukfii i.ff by iemiihii: , u wltliuut llu- lum nf u
l.ui(acv was lu lomiuitiiu or tue vvL
k e lift' CilpUUu
I PIANIST I0NLY FEWiSEE
A treat Is in store for Medford.
Miss Olga Stceb tho world's greatest
woman planoi.it will ho hero ou Fri
day January 21, at tho Nat under the
auspices ot tho Greater Medford
club. There will also be a reception
at one ot the leading hotels In honor
of Miss Stecb.
Writers lu as widely separated
places as Germany, England, Old
Mexico and the United States, also
Dr. Otto Ncltxel, the world's great
est critic, together with tho space
writers on hundreds of small papers,
have compared Olga Stecb to nnd
ranked her with the greatest pianists
of all times such as Liszt, Chopin,
Rubinstein, Carre 110, Rudcnthnl, Go
dowsky, Busoul nnd Pndorewskl.
That finch praise should bo given a
young woman scarcely past her twon-ty-sccond
yonr, is enough to make tho
most sapgulno skoptltiil. This won
derful girl has, however, but to touch
tho keys und play through ono of
tho master works to remove any pos
sible doubt as to her position among
pianists. Tlit-ho samo writers and
critics pronounce her America's
greatest instrumentalist, our first
NEW YOftK. Jan, 18. I.c-m than
n hundred j;tictR- nil of them mem
bers of the Gould family, nnd friends
of the elder branch will attend the
wedding of MiK Helen .Miller Gould
ami Fiiiley J. Shoimnl, nt L.vudliurnt,
Miss Qould'ti country residence ul
Turrylown, X. Y., selieiluleil to take
place ut nooli next Wcdnemlny.
The tlenirc of both imrllcs for ex
treme simplicity Mill lie carried out
nut only in tho performance bf the
ceremony, but al-o iu detail of iIiyhh
nnd other arriiiiKi-nients. The nnlv
item to excilu eommeiit thus fur, ha
been tho engagement of nu orchestra
of forty pieces.
Two minister, one of them Dr.
Hu:K'll pastor uf iMUs (lould'M eliiirfh
ot Turrytown, will orfielute. The
bride will bo unattended, nnd Mr.
Shepurd'rt best mutt will prolmbly be
his brother, IniW J. Shcpurd.
Following tho ecremony there will
be n wedding breakfast nml tho cou
ple will leave Miorlly nl'lensanl for
n honeymoon tri over the Oould
linen in tho liride'a private ear.
STORM TIES UP TRAFFIC
(Continued; from page 1.)
t.hl city. ,
MINER HUItlEI) IN HXOW HIJDE
(Continued from page 1.)
well, a mining man of Ban Francisco,
and Davo Williams of Trinity Con
fer, lost tholr lives Tuesday night at
tho Donanzu King mlno, near Trin
ity Center, according to belated tolo
phono advices which reached hero to
day. Williams' body was recovered, but'
that of Trcadwcll lu still undor the
slide, and rescuers, fearing a fur
ther nvalnnchc. will make no effort
to find it until tho weather settles.
CHICAGO LEADS ALL
IN PARCELS POSI
WASHINGTON", Jnn. 18. Chicago
led all cltit'H in llio number of parcel
post jiackngci handled during thu
first week of tho wystem, according to
detailed figures made ub!io lod.iy
by I'oslmiiKter General llitehcoek.
Home of ihe cities mid the pack
ugCK liundled were;
Chicago rU,Hl; New York -130,-i)')l;
Hoton 351,821; Hultimore !'.',
082; l'ittbbiug .'17,078 Cluveluud
121,112; Sun IVnnciHco 33,232; In-
diniuipaliH 23,582; Blr. Tallin 1.13,5(11;
grees. Tho possibility of continued
warm rain and high tompcraturo
caused considerable anxloty to rail
road inci$ nnd a crew was sent from
Medford to strengthen tho brldgo
across Jackson creek ut Seven Oaks.
Tho water thcro Saturday morning
was six inches lower than It wns at
midnight so Immediate, danger Ih not
Tho dear creek tompornry bridge
has been shoved north a few font uud
Is tilted on ono sfdo forming a sort
of dam over which tho water Is rush
ing nt tho highest point registered
this year. There is homo danger If
tho brldgo glvea way thut tho rush
of tho pent up water will curry out
ono ot tho power company's poles.
The bridge Is cabled to tho shore to
prevent Its being carried down stream
where, should It got loose, it would
batter down the storm sewer at Jack
Waters Am KuhMdlng
-Orlffln creek Is flowing over its
banks and n small portion of It all
morning rnn down West Main Htrcet
until It disappeared In tho newer ut
thu comer of Main and Oakdale.
Tho thermometer dropped Satur
day morning until it reached 31 do
grtxjn ut J o'clock tho barometer,
In tho meantime steadily riHlng, In
dicating a possible clearing of weath
er. Tho wuters In doguo rlvor and tho
creeks aro not so high today as thoy
wero Inst night and havo not reached
thq dnngeroiiH mark lu any Instance
Should tho thaw from now on bo
gradual there Ih ;io causo or alarm.
The amount qf rainfall to duta Is
10.5 1 Inches, 3.09 Inches below tho
normal rainfall tor tho corresponding
time, City water users should boll
tho wator before using as tho flood
in thu Ilutto crook Intako has mud
dled the city's supply.
TO FARMERS AND ORCHHRDISTH.
Cultivate your land' with a Motor
Tractor. It will puy for itnolf In tho
SUVlnir of horse rood anil hlrml Imln.
Milwaukee 27,892, and Minneapolis Valley Motor & "Tractor Co., Valley
24,412. 1 Garage, Medford.
After litlcuiiii; for x hunts to ihe
reading of the Oakland building or-
dmiiiiee, by City Attorney Noif, uv
nmmrudfil by City Englnoer ArnnpU
per and City Fire t'liicf Amnnii, the
ellv eoiiiiiiil laid it on the tnble. The
unlinniice minuted of 392 sections
nnd ( wnt deemed by (he committee
applicable, villi certain omijoiiH
mid iilteriitioim, to olinnu. It bus
lieeit elinmplunod for Movcml year by
P. H. Cowloi, nnli-fli f agitator, null
some Hindi law will probably be pimt.
ed by (lie lunv oouueil.
The fire otdiiuvuee providing for
tho pretention of rtre, making the
chief of the fire department 11 file
marshal nnd providing puultio for
properly owner who mniuiiiiu fire-
trap, wns paxi'd.
A motion by .Millar to nut the Mil
uric of city attorney from 7.' to $.'il)
n month, nnd city physician fiom WO
to .'2.1 n mouth, met with no fnvor,
and the rfiliiuiimiri were left for III
Mayor Ciiiioii'h final mcnge wn
rend recommi'uding economy. Or.
Stearns Ktibmitted liirt resignation
nml Street Commmioner Maker ten
dered bin, and alter hating brvf
HjH'oeliOM by City Attnrnev S'eff mid
P. II. Cowles, the old ndiniiiittratioii
pained into history.
SRUISER DENVER SAILS
SAN DIKGO, ('ul,, .Jan. 18.- The
( riiiher Denver i on her way today
to Aenpuleo, .Moxico, to protect
American interesU from an expected
rebel attack. Sbo Nailed late jester
day, liuviligbi-eii -delayed iu eonlliig.
Merllol While I.lnlmcnt.
Should bo In every homo, as Its
Immediate Rppllcatlou to cuts,
bruises, sprains nnd wounds gives In
stant relief. It has no equal as a
pain killer and healer. llasklns'
Tho joiniiiK lopMlKM' of tho cIi'UkkIsIh nnd
nowspnpiM' 111011 of AmtM'ini in u unit mil or
iinization known its the American DniK nud
Tim Hnft'tfiiunlhitf of llu jiulilm iiKiiin.sr.
spnrioiiH nml iiTcspunsililo propiinitionH with
Tlio providing for tho ptthlio of tho hrwl
known romt'dios for iNum sptMiifio purpusc,
(ionipoiiiidud by oxport plit'inistj? from provtstl
Tho ability to mako tlio lowostt possible
priot! on at't'oiint of tho largo ipmniitios nianii-fnoturod.
Whon you ooo "Moritol" pin your fnith
to it. It will not provo you falao.
'Propanition.s oxclusivoly iu Motlford
liliON i. 11 ASK INS, DrnggiHl
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOil IttiNT New flvo room bunga
low, modern In nvory respect Iibb
largo bicoidiig porch. A very do-
slrublo location. Address llox O.
Jt euro Mall Tribune. 2C7
WANTUD Young girl willing to oc
elinngo light work for good homo
and small wages. Phono Wi'A,
Of Inferior quollty never ontor thla
establishment. I insist upon (totting
tho best, I pay for tho best, and if
your glasses como from hero
TIIICV Aiiinui: JIKHT
DR. RIOKEBT '
Wo carry a very eomnlote lino of
dnipcrlos, Iac curtains. fUluris. elc,.
ana do u cIihh.m of iitiholHlcriiiK. A
special inuii tu look ariur UiIh work
cxclUMlvaly umt will ,ivo uh kooU
ywrvlco Is dokuIMu lo uct In uven
tliu Uifc-tat oIIIcm,
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Avoid Impure Milk
for Infants and Invalids
It means the Original and Genuine
The Food-Drink for all Ages.
Mich niDIc, malted grain, in powder form.
For infants, tnvalidi and grnwing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding the wholo body.
Invigorate mining mothers and the aged.
More hcaliliful than tea or coffee.
Agrees vvitli die vvcakett digestion.
Ktq it onyoUr sideboard at honic.
A quick luncli prepared in a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask for UOiUBCK'S.
HORLICK'S Contains Pure Milk
For the Daily Mail Tribune and
the Weekly Del Norte Triplicate
J.60 a Year
Tho Triplicate is iHiblinlicrt Weekly nt
OrcHconl City, tho lni8tlii)W oonHt tiity about
which many peoplo now wfoli inrornmlion.
Tilly offor Ih open to all who now mib
scribo or all who havo paid up ihoir sub
Hci'iplion to Doc. 31, 3012,
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