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MEDFORD MXIIi TRIBUNE. BEDFORD, OKEQOy. TUESDAY. .TANFARV 29, 191n.
tUBLWOXD MAIL TRIBUNI
NTlNfco. i '
VhrHmottte Thnoa. Th M4fonl
Mall, "Hi Mrdfard Trtbuno. The South
ern OfitHK The Aftlifonrf Trimin.
qlLMU Trjbw BuHitlng. M:JT-
Keftft Fir TretJ phone, Main 30X1.
anORQK rUTNAM, Bitter and Manassr
KnUre an soiH!-laaa raattar at
Modfanl, OrrReftf jwuMr tha act of
orny rapnof th city o
OfftcMl raper et Jackson County.
un. yea.,, i7 nraniM
OflB month, hy mall-.
IVr lMitKMHI"rt hy carritf In
t Mnnpi, jaeKaonvino una in
tral Point .80
Faturday only, by mall, per year... S.oo
Wcfkly. per rcar . A.ta
Tito meeting nl the local Seventh
Day Advei)Ut church revoked itself
into what inij&t be termed a mass
meeting when resolution xvero pat.
ol remonstrating against proivoed
Sunday legislation now before tke
United States hruuicNn emigres in
Washington, D. C. The resolutions
were brought before the congregation
by T. Q. Hunch, pnMor of the church,
mid were passed unanimously. They
read as follews:
Whereas, the Johnson Sunday bill,
now pending in the Fcnatc of the
United States, is religious in its
character, in that it is designed to
foster the religious observance of
Whereas, the exemption clause at
tached to ot0 of the sections of this
bill indicates most clearly its relig
ioas character, by exempting from
the application of this section those
who belong to a religious society
which observes Rome other day of tbo
week than Sunday n a pnbbnth, and.
Whereas, religious legislation is
contrary both to the spirit and letter
of Iho constitution of the United
Slates, and if carried to its logical
conclusion mean a union of chnrch
with state, and Uio persecution of
Rehired, that we respectfnlly, but
earnestly remonstrate againxt the
pAisag!of this bill, or any other bill I
requiring the observance of Sunday
as a rest day which may come before
BY VON DER HELLEN
SALEM, Ore., Jan. 28. That tho
Oregon State Insane Asylum will re
ceive words of high praise from the
Investigating committee, which has
been named by tbo legislative as
sembly, Is Indicated by a tentative re
port which Senator Voa der Hell en
has framed to submit to tbe balance
of tbe members of tbe committee.
Senator Von der llellen went care
fully ovai the Institution Sunday and
was surprised at tho cleanliness,
order and neatneas which bo found
'"Admirable care and comfort Is
provided! for1 the unfortunates of the
state," says the report, which has
TJk report further declares that
from what could bo gathered the ad
ministration ef the State, Insane Asy
lum deserves praise for such care and
A writ of probable criioo has been
granted tbe nttomoys for Afiku
Spauo mid Frank Seymour, now un
der sentence of death for the murder
of George Dcdaykulous, by Judge r
M, Calking, which will automatically
postpone the date of execution, Feb
ruary 14 for 00 days in order to give
tlie attorneys time in which to perfect
llicir uppenl to the taiprcmo court.
Ay the supreme court will probably
delay fcomo time in punning on tho
u'jmeul' tho tno will probably not be
executed uiitll Into in tho Hummer
even' if a new trial be denied.
"A truilbtfript of each case i now
being prepared. Tho appeal will pro
bably 'be lKirft'cfed Koine time late in
February or early in March.
FlltC COMPLETELY DESTROYS
if EIURI FL0UBIN8 MILLS
ItOBSBURG, Ore., Jan. 28.--The
plant of the Iioseburg Flouring mills
W today a complete Ions nn u result
of a fire which started from u de
fective fue. Damage $10,000. The
milbi were a landmark, having been
built in 1833.
v am iBWBnMfnKtrr
HOW TO REOPEN THE NORMAL.
WHEN" tho southern Oregon normal school "was in tx-
Istenoe, its approximate cost to tho state was $12,000
The 'modest stipend required for its mninhuuanee was
the subneot of lonpr. tirades in the Portland Oregonian and
its feebler echoes throughout the state, who referred to the
appropriation constantly as the "normal school graft."
"Raiding tho treasury" was a frequent scare-head
used by tho reactionary press to influence popular opinion
against the normal "which despite the shabby treatment
rcdeiyed from tho State, turned out more graduates than
the single normal at jNfonmouth does today.
Yet now comes the Oregon Agricultural college asking
a total of $850,000, and yet there is not even a feeble chirp
from tho watchdog of the tall tower.
Nearly a million dollars for the O. A. C, an inflated
mushroom of an institution, is enthusiastically approved)
Twelve thousand for the southern Oregon normal
school, however, is a raid on the treasury, is a graft, and
yeoman service is done by the press to protect the treasury
and save the taxpayers.
"Ask and ye shall receive"
state treasury for tho O. A. C and tt must bo confessed,
there is no false modesty shown either in asking or re
ceiving whatever there is in sight and only the greedy cry
for more disturbs the serenity of the occasion.
The alumni of the Ashland normal are planning to sub
mit the re-establishment of the institution to the people at
tho next general election. If they will only reopen it as
a branch of the O. A. C. sav tho normal donartinent of the
O. A. C, there is no doubt
the move. Then it becomes a Worthy and deserving insti
tution. The Oregoniau and other mossbaeks will champion
it, in spite of its being in southern Oregon, if the sacred,
mystic initials O. A. C. are only linked with it.
Otherwise there is little likelihood of success.
RAISING THEIR SALARIES.
EFFORTS of county officials' to secure raises in salaries
by appeals to the legislature meet with small favor
from taxpayers, who generally uphold the county court in
its attitude that present salaries are sufficient and that
officials sought the office fully aware of the remuneration
The county recorder is the latest to apply for a raise.
Two years ago he secured a raise in salary from $1400 ti
year to $2000 aud an increase for deputy hire from $600 to
$900, making a total raise of $900 per year. Instead of
conducting the office within the prescribed $2900 limit,
however, he cost the county $650 additional for deputies,
making the total cost $3550. He now wants another ma
The county treasurer also
pay. In 1907 he was given a
sucks a Hiiutuanuai increase.
The sheriff is eiven $2500
idition to which tho county
I ttinkii a? ... .1niI.! .... .1
iucjul vl v Aii.i uujhiuus auii me sneriii jisks .fiuuu a year
extra for expenses. v
And so it goes. If the county off jcials did not like tho
salaries provided, they should not have sought tho posi
tions. Ilaving eagerly sought them with a full under
standing of the situation, they should be satisfied with the
remuneration provided by law and cease trying to raid the
treasury through the legislature.
THE Rogue River valley can never attain its full devel
opment, horticulturally and agriculturally, until it i3
under irrigation, which will enormously increase its pro
duetivitj' and enable each small tract to support a family.
The valley, alone of the great fruit belts, is not only
easily irrigated, but free from alkali which is a real menace
in some of tho northwest and California fruit belts.
The construction of a great irrigating system is neces
sary to maintain the value of land as well as its productiv
ity. A million dollars or more turned lose in wages here,
as would be the case if such a syHtom was constructed,
would not only greatly improve conditions but make this
tho most prosperous region in Oregon.
In order to secure the construction of this irrigation
system, it is necessary to sign up a largo aereago of land
under it. A reasonable contract is asked of the landowner,
payments are easj' and the water can be made to pav for
The sooner a concerted effort is" begun to secure the
required acreage for irrigation, the better for tho valley.
A short, sharp, vigorous campaign should assun; the con
struction of the system and its resultant benefits.
10 ASK PARDON
Petitions to Governor West for n
pardon for T. A. LeMnster, who
plead guHy recently to a bigamy
charge and wn. fined $400, tire now
being prepared and will be circulated
in the near future. It is hoped in
this manner (o bcoure the releano of
LeJIubter xvho i tumble to pay the
fine and is herviiig out tho time in
the county jail.
LeMastor is well thought of by n
large, number of biibiueio men with
whom he hnd business relations, aud
tho charge ngaiiibt him in mini to be
a technical crime and not a moral
one, tiB he believed himself to be a
free man when he married a becond
timo in this city, after being separat
ed from his firat xvifo seven yeurs.
TO CU11K A COLU IN OXK IUY.
Take LAXATIVE IJItOMO Qulnlno
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
It falls to cure. B. tV. QUOVB'S sig
nature la on each box. 25 cents.
is the motto hung above the
in the world of the sitecess of
wants to be increased in his
raise to $1200 a year. Now he
with S1500 for dcmitv. in ad-
court has permitted employ-
1.1. ..?a?i 1 ,f-rrt
AMEN! DAM IS
That tho next high xvaicr in Ilogtio
river will carry nwuy tho Ament dam
is the belief of Sam L. Sundry who
has just returned from an inspection
tnp on Itogue river.
"The witter is now rushing througli
i gap on the south hide of the dam
having carried away the gravity ditch
and a portion of the dam. Am soon
as high xvaler comes again the entire
structure will go down stream."
The Ament dam has for years been
a barrier to tho fish in ascending
Itoguo river. Conditions xvero some
wlfut improved lust year by the in
stallation of a fishwoy built under
the direction of tho state.
Merltol Hair Tonic keeps the scalp
In a healthy condition, prevents the
hair from falling out, restores it to
Its natural color and used regularly
keeps the hair soft and fluffy. Has.
kin's Drug Store,
'MECTIVE" IS V
'AT GRANTS PASS
OHANTS 1'ASS, .Inn. US. Tho
ctno nftninM K. Hurdiier, I ho Port
land detective chanted with hininjx
contributed to the drliiuiueiicy f
minor in lmviiu: bet , drink of noda
waler with Willard Crawford nu;ed 17
yeari, wiw called in .linle. .Well'
court at 10::U) Momluv morning,
l'nucoiitini; Attorney Kelly U np
pcuriujr for tho ulato, while tho dot
fence U In the hand of Attorney
Oliver S. llrown and Hubert (1. Smith.
At the inormmr senion Iho defence
attorneys demurred to the complaint,
holdinir that the bettin? of a uta of
soda water Vra too trivial to eoiislU
lute an offense, and that tho act
could not contribute to the deliinpien-
cv of a seventeen ear-old boy. The
demurrer wn- promptly overruled by
Jtidjrc Jewell. The defense then ak-
cd for n chains of venue, nlleginK
that tho court wm prejudiced and
could not site the defendant a fair
trial, preditciua: the letter which
Judpe Jewell had ptiblUhrd in tho
Courier following the ronvictioim in
Hie police court for uiunblinc, as in.
dicntiuj; U condition of mind. The
request for chance, of venue wna de
nied, the judge statin? that he felt
that he could rive Gardner a fair and
impartial trial, aud that he could rise
above pergonal feeling in the matter.
A jury wai demanded, and 4v
men will bp chosen from tho rcfpdar
circuit court panel.
- A PLEASING EVENT
The box social Riven rccontly by
Mcdford Canip No 90, Woodmen of
tho World In conjunction wltb Chrys
themuin Clrclo No. .14, Women ot
Woodcraft was a complete success In
every sense of tho word. About 1C0
pcoplo were present, including mem
bers of both orders and Invited
guests, anionic them helnt; W. L. Spl
cer. manager of the Sacramento dis
trict, and J. It. Wick, clerk ot Ash
land Camp W. O. W.
Tho early part of tho evening was
devoted to games and other lines of
amusements In which everyone thor
oughly enjoyed themselves. About
10:30, J. W. Mnu. nowly appointed
district manager proceeded to auc
tion off the beautiful collection of
botes which bad ben prepared by the
ladles of tho Circle. Tho boxen were
In great demand and wero sold very
quickly, and moro than Jf.O.OO was
realized from tho sale of them. Af
ter tbo boxes wero all disposed of
the Jolly crowd retired to tho ban
quet hall wher thoy did ample Justice
to the splendid lunch which each
and every box contained.
Mrs. CauRhran'a orchestra fur
nished cxcollcnt music for tho occa
sion and was ono of tho enjoyable
features of tho evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dean of Tal
ont spent Sunday with Mrs. Dean'a
daughter, Mrs. Louie. Colvor.
Mr, and Mrs. John Schldeler ot
Talent visited Hiclr daughter. Mrs.
John Lacoy of Phoenix on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Anderson of
North I'hocnlx spent Saturday In
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Ruder and Carl
Newbury spent Saturday In tho city
.The ladles who spent Saturday In
Mcdford were: Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. IV
O. Coleman, Mrs. D. Lenhars, Mrs.
Lutlo Stancllff, Mrs. B. O. Iloaso,
Mrs. C. Carey, Mlsa Fay Carver, Miss
Juanlta Furry and Miss Itosla Ign
iters. Thoso who took Saturday morn
ing's motor to Medford at Phoenix
were: Messrs. S. O. Van Dyko, Owpn
Dunlup, Allen Roberts, A. S, Furry,
Ouy Thrasher, Profossor Agor, Lutlo
Stancllff, Anbury Furry und Itnlph
Mrs. W. O. Illnehart wont from
Phoonlx to Central Point to visit
Mr. Faymcn, who Is a brothor-ln-law
of Mrs. A, D. Ferns, has moved
Into Phoenix and bus been buying
a lot or alfalfa of C, Caroy.
Tho men who have formed tho
coal company at Talent, are all men
of business und highly capable, Mr.
Adamson Is tho banker In the Tal
ont State Hank. Mr, Vandersluls
and Mr. Drown aro both merchants
In Talent, Every one Is yety en
thuklastlc over tho proposition.
John A. Perl
UndertaKcr 4 ,
28 S. IJAHTLFrr
I'houcs M. 471 and 473
Ambulance Service Deputy Coroner
BUD ANDERSON IS
t.OS AKflKUM, Jan. 28. In
Iril'lo lo. (hull oij;hloeii minute of
actual iii wolk. "Hud" Anderson,
imielirnllv unknown outmdu the Imr
del linn of U home town, ha wonix
f blowing of the most critical fight
iiot'i-i in l.iw Anuclet.
It in nfo to mix. that there isn't
one man who xwitehed Aiuleron xveai'
down and knock out Siimmv Trolt at
Vernon Saturday afternoon but In
noxious to M'o IIoh two'haipled but
tier in nelioii auain.
The defeat of Trott in itself did
Hot mean much for Ander-uin. It xu
the clran-ciit manner in xrhloli "Mud"
opened Unit tav'K'd him as hciu$r one
of the moil iireuiWnu: lightwcuthtH in
A hard, fat and clean puncher.
"Ibid" Maud up to hi- work mid
looks for nothing hut fttntieht shot
Host of all. Anderson can tip n mnu
over with cither hand ami he does not
have to swing from hU heel to gut
Ainlcrcnn ha been promised a
March match with Joe Miiudot. He
prubahly xvill claim this privilege. In
this connection Jim Jeffries said yes.
''(loodi 1k.v, (lib) Anderson, but
richt now cither Ilivers or Alaudot
would tako all the ficht out of him
iuwidn of ten round.'".
"Ho doesn't knoxv ciioiikIi yet to
hold hi own nninsl these fellows
It would hn the most fonlih Ihinu
in tho world to hand him over as
unerifieo to olio of these cxjK'rieuccd
aud M'UHoued fighters. Careful man
agemrut is all that U rcquiivd to
mnke n champion out of him. If he
is handled right he will develop into n
Street Couimlssloner ration Is
making a hit with a largo number of
people lu the city by keeping a crow
ot men at work In tho outlying sec
tions of the city rehiring sidewalks
and crossings which havu been In u
bad state during tho winter. He has
left the paved streets and Is making
It possible to come down town with
out wading la tho mud.
Mr. ration states that Inasmuch ns
the council some time ago ordered
tho cement wolk nt Intersections
closed to tho street, ho would pro
ceed to enforco this at once.
CENTRAL POINT ITEMS.
JL J. Park and family of Hoo
burg, Idaho, are at Hotel Dunlap in
this city looking over tho country for
a few days.
Mr. and .Mrs. II. (,'. (llcusou of
Phoenix, hpent tho tirst of the week
hero visiting relatives.
W. C. leaver spent Monday at Gold
Hill on county business.
Ocorgo K. Fox HH'iit Monday in
Mn, J. V. Aiidorsott was an after
noon visitor in Mcdford Monday.
.Mrs. licunt of Talent spent Mon
day with frU'iids here. .
V, Middlehuschur of Trail was in
after supplies the first of this xvcek.
Mrs, Cornish of California, for
merly of this city is here visiting
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Sherman of Ashland spent
the xveek end xvilh her mother, Mrs,
Geo. Ifcssclgravc. .
Mrs. flalligher of Gold Hill has
taken Prof. GreciilrnfM place for tho
timo he in away as manual training
teacher and superintendent.
- I -! L . ,
with tho requirements of your vision,
not approximately, but exactly, are
awaiting you bore. I study tho hu
man oye and its varied requirements,
and use corroborative tests. 1 also
glvo you frco ndvlco about them and
furnish absolutely correct louses to
suit all flights, Young and old with
weak eyes will bo benoflted by dcaM
It. HI OK I MIT
Over Ken In ct's
J5000 BET UPON
WITH JOE RIVERS
T.OS AW,i,r.S, Jan. U8 r.iwmw
aged by hi boy' defeat or Hiimiux
Trott, Dlek Donald, miuingcr of Hnd
Andrrsuii, I out. today with nit offer
to bet $.'iltlK1 Hint iiidctoii can bi'iil
Jou Itixci-N. Donald insist Unit An-
dei-Miti Is iciidv lo meet niiv opponent
selected for him, hut that tho l.os
Anguine Mtvticnn is ufrnid of hint.
Hit or is willing to meet Iho new
lightweight, tieeoidiug to hi manager
Joo Loy, but ho xxill interpose nun
condition the side bet must ho $10,
000. Levy declared that ho will post
that amount the moment Donald sax
..,..-. I, i
CONTRACT LET TO HUILD
BAY CITY SUP-TREASURY
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2H-Tho cm.
Irani to build tho San Kraticisco sob
treasury was awarded today lo (Iraut
Foe of San Francisco bv the reaurx
department. 1-Vo submitted tho blu
est proposal among l"i other enntrac
lors with a bid of :rt f ,:ioo.
A Ncxv lllncovcry.
One ot tho sensations of tho twen
tieth century Is Merltol Itheuniatlsm
Powders. A boon to every sufferer,
Tho host known remedy for rhouma
Usui In all Its forms. Ask those xvho
have tried tt. llastctns' Drug Store.
Praise This Remedy
If ttiA voluntarily written wr1 of
IttNlrtlll vil Ittlug In all IU ut
the ruunlrr nrablnit )Ukiuoi' .Xllrra
tl, rruM-dr for tlm tmtnirnt (
ciiubIk, ril ill, ilirimt ami lung triiuMi-.
r' lit Im. Illrtnl. IkU lllnlkhic U rr-
Ululjr ilntn a Tt niunmt i( ui for
turh nirrrr XX n aut non (ml rrt,
ami altn to jrnii tli aalura nl wonlt of
itIh- of llio nlio iloUr It m
fllnl I brut-In likiur nw rtllnl nllh
lli. Mtltrra Imnturnt that It ntrr,l
thriu lo liraltU. TtiU l a 4tniln takrn
I turn manf. -
SI Mats' Arnitfmy. O'.N'dll. Nrdriika
"(lriill"mn .Xlmnt urTrii ;nil kg.)
I wm XtickiM with llw ilrrail iIIm,
TiihrrmluiU I ruiiahnt unirlnalr,
eouM nut nlnp nnr rl, ctrii roulil not
wk out lul mul nmlil itu no work 1
hi) Ikrt ln-iimrrhii;r. tjO.p.1 MimhI
iuut ( lb Hum uJ urfrfr.l if liltllll
mill, frtrr and thlllt A txil4ll.t ut
Ciiluuiliu, Ohio, ironounril my niM
'.Vrrljr Atk ycr ci I hMnl of tir
Allril ami tiruouml ii ut ,
with lh mult that I aMin faiiml mymlf
rrlurri In liMllli 1'or lit pt fnnr
inn I Iutp Imvii aliln In iMnlliom uiy
tracltlAir. and Ihoinrti I Late alwara liail
hrarx attioul wurk 1 am alKi ililr in
IH-rform tnntli manual lalmr I routbUr
your nrdklnr. If falllifullr taken, a
uu.t rirfllrnl rvmnlr fur iunumiilnn.
Slolhcr HilMtlor IKTinlU thla lrtlininUI.
(SlRBnl) SlSTIJIt MAIIIK
HMrra of SI Kranrl.
rVkmab'a Alltratli la rrfffllri. hi limn
rbltla. Ailnroa, Hay I'rtrr Ilir.nt an)
I.iihk Trmililrs. ami In nrliullillni; tl)
alm. im iidI contain txtUuua, opinio
or liolill tormina itrima Aak for tMw.WIrt
uIIIub f tftiiTPilM (nd writ to IVkinan
ljilMiralory, I'bllailaltilila, I'a , fur Ml
ilrncr. 1'ur salo by all Imillnc drasalali
How to Make
Batter Cough Syrup than
You Can Buy
A Family fupplr, flavin 9a and
A full nlnt of couch srrun as much
aa xou could buy fur t'iM can raally
be mailn at boiar. You xtlll flint nollilng
tuat tul.es liold of an oliatlnatn cnu-li
moro (pilckly, umully ending II iiuMn of
21 bours. Kxcellent, too, for croup,
wboopliig cough, noio lungs, aatlitru,
jKKirticaa aud otltcr throat troubhi.
Mix ono pint of grnnulatid sugar with
'j pint of warm water, und allr for 15
nilnutra, Put St 14 ouncua of I'lnrx (llfty
crntk worth) la a pint bottle, thru add
tho .Sugar Syrup. It fcrapa )rfectly.
Take a trapooufil orerjr out, two or
This Is just lavallx-a cnouch to I.clf
cure a oiugh. Alto stlmuUtr ttio apw)
tltc, which Is luually uujt ty a cough.
Tlin taatn Is ilcmanl.
j no rucct or pine ami sugar syrtip on
the inflamed mtmbrancs la wult known.
Plnet U tho innat valunhlo concentrated
compound of Korxvay xvhltn nine extract,
rich in gualacol and all tho natural
lieallnir nllwi i-lemrnta. Other nmura.
a i r it . i.i. .--..--
not work In this formula.
The Plnex and Rticrar Hvrun reclnn Is
now itaed by thouaanda of houacwivrs
throughout tho United Htntes and Can
ada. Tho plan has been Imitated, hut
the old successful formula has never
A guaranty of aboluto satlafactlon, or
money promptly refunded, wim xvltli thla
Ttclpu. Your dmgi'lat has I'iner, or xvlll
p-t It for vou. . If not, wid to Tho
I'lncx Co., Tt, Wayne, lad.
IF IT SHOULD HAPPEN
Thut you xvaro In tho midst of
baking, and callers should come,
would It not iq good to feel that
lettlug the dough Maud a while
would nut, spojl, hut lipprove your
cukes and pastries?
THAT IH OXI1 TIIINO THAT
CUKHCKNT HAK1XO POWDHIt
xvlll do, and you
will find many
other good uunll
tles In It whon
you try It.
Siuo per full
At your grocers,
Bend us 2o In
Btumpa for our
riNtaT ouAiirv tAraT vahibty
"I'.Hr rDSK" tlu nl UiVfa'alioailrelne thai
Milliily u il toil, y h-ml I oiiih lati'
amUMlJltAal hiU ftuil -'-, WiliKH l.lllwul rub
linn. Vt-t. -I Ull!l CLOW
BXIUVf ' inn on -re "
'( rtLlhS ami cnllihlntf
allkiiiiUKfiiiul iftanai iwi,M -rAfla', Hk,
nim u Ulll1v,, iiMuLliioiiiM itiHUi.vjaulcU.
Iyiltantamlhllrn)il nrfaninalitw. 1 ic. .1. .
-Atntr tl and Hlllf urn r V1 .'!
ruanU HhUarakra m krjhi a ft. -Mil Nura, nllli
laiK,u, luhiUir,larkiialimiliiuui Imici,
'lllll' itii'WiiM for cillmo wlm ki
irldlnhaliilli-"li-wanuk M IImUim ntf
anilltiilraiiialltiii i"vi. Iwali wliliat'iuilt
or tlih,MM. "UXIIV IIITI""iir,let.Ha.
Ill t ilrIT ilKHKM k"l' "" k'l am.4 II
wiurrtMoaa unos. i co.,
80-80 aiban airaal, Oanitiililoa, Maaa.
7 ! - ' iiN.iimf
,w yin, it it Huh!,
WHERE TO GO
The Home of I cut tiro l'ltiiloplnjx
Mnlfuiil's Home of Pliotoplnys
TiMlny and Toiuorroxv Only
"Tin: Aincit oi' iiimtii"
A Krll'I'liiK Indian and frontier llfo
ptrtiip iortrayisl by tho famous
"Kny-lteo" company In two reels,
"Tin: rmiL in tiih AiuiciiAiir
An Intercstlnpt Unmanee
"AM. OS AtfOl'.NT OV A IIA.NA.VA"
Al Saltier RIllRlug "IhhxIIijo Hxery.
IhmI" from prodiirtlou "A Mudent
I'ttltltltST AXIi WOOIAVUHTII
The ltnullmn Whards.
Matinees Dally, 2 to C p. m.
ADtnSSION. Gc AND lOo
llr. Our. Kl. Hallux
V (Ireat Northern a-aoilon In 3 reels,
IVtinmr) :tril and lilt
HAIHtlTV AM) HIS HAD
i lllarkfavw Comedy RIhxIdic. Talking
and NOVHI.TT DAKCINO.
Photo l'liiw Totil.iy and WYducMliiy
PATHirS UUKK1.V NO. All
I.OVK AND TrtlMt'HKItV
THH SliltVAXT I'ltOlll.llXI
A MAX AMO.Ntl SllsX
1 Von Dorn i
2-12 Ttii'U Street
I Fiuost popular priced i
Hotel in S'aii JjVancisco
S. S. CLEVELAND
M 7.00(1 TONSI
Leaving San Francisco Feb. 6
vim luinaua mica ana luuniriea en a
juljlltl liiralilo Mih Kria aa rur
linliil. 1'nry lutury u.l romfuit IniufnJ,
110 DAYS?650 and up
Inclullnii all liccciurr oiptniti afloat aut
aili'im. rallwHy, rurrlmoa, liolala, auljra,
(nil aUu cull ioo J Uraa U auj froui jruur
tilHer VtnUri lit ft Orient. tt Wfil
Irnnci, rimqini runitl, lull anil DOHft, do,
It rllt lor UNilriituI vnitKl.
KID Poxxell Kt., Kau I'mnclnco, Cab,
or local iigculs,
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