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Mr. and Mr. )l. 13. Shearer were
anionic their Anfalnntl frlcndx Sun
day. Mr. O'llrleri arrived from Callfor-
jiln Similar evening lo visit Mr. and
Mm. Illdon. wjio nro relatives.
Mrs. J. F. lla1cti who hn boon In
Bontliorn California (of over.il
weeks, In nt homo again.
Closing out tale ot pipes. Ire
land's 8ciokn, House.
(J. A. Gardner, county clerk, nnil
hla wife spent Sunday with Mr,
(lardnnr'n purcuU, Mr. unit Mr.
John A. Smith was among those
who Wt Medford for Ashland Snn
dny morning nnd returned In the
Ileal homo mado bread nt Dc
Voo's. F. II. Farrar of Tolo spent Sunday
with Medford, friends.
8. A. PavlJ and hla on l'aul. are
lato nrrlvnla In Medford from Michi
gan. Henry Ilcteldeni. a former resi
dent of Medford, passed through
the valloy Sunday, on his way to
Portland, where he Is managing the
Singer Sewing Machine company's
Fred Alton, Height (National Con
servatory Now York) teacher of
piano and harmony, specialist In cor
rect principles of touch and toch
nlouo. Ilesldonco Btudlo, 11C Laurel
street, phono 72G2. '
V. K. Hnrn.dl ot Eaglo 1'olnt tran
sacted buBlnesN In Medford Satur
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. D. Smith were
among the many who shopped In
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and haTe It rebound
at the Mall Tribune office. Costs
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. V. Fisher have
gono to Union county nnd may not
return for Bomo time.
Dry fir wood nt $1.75 per tier on
tho ground. Apply to 717 North
lllrersldo avenue, Medford. 27
Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanton Qrlffls were
Medford visitors Sunday, having re
cently returned from Corvnllis.
Mrs, Hans Flo and Miss YV. Weg
ener of Albany havo been making
Medford a visit.
B. Kluxa has moved his sign busi
ness to the Boydon alloy between S.
Central as&.S. Bartlctt.
Mr.a nd Mrs. A. V. Shaplclgh, of
St. Louis aro guests ot relatives liv
ing In Medford. Mr. Shalolgh Is a
prominent hardware merchant of the
Carl Von der Hellen was over
from tho homo ranch on Antelope
Insuro and bo sure. Right If we
wrlto It B. A. Holmes, Tho Insur
Knot brothers, stockmen, of Jose
phine county, spent Saturday In
James J. Green ot Dawson, north
west territory, Is making Medford
nnd other points In Itoguo river val
ley a visit.
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sage for men and women. Dr. It.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 20J Gar-nett-Corey
Bldg. Pbone 145.
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. "Wood aro at
Portland on a visit.
Win, Gerlg. vice-president of the
Pnclfio nnd Eastern railroad, has re
turned from Portland.
Carkln & Taylor (John II. Car
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
A. L. Gallwas in from tho Chan
tey orchards Saturday, trading with
I. W. Thomas who has beon con
fined to his homo for n couplo of
weeks by sickness, is convnlcbcent.
T. J. O'Hara of Central Point
tarrlod a few hours In Medford Sat
urday. Now York Llfo Insuranco Co., C.
Y. Tengwald, Medford National
Bank Bldg., phone 3371. ,
John 0. McColllster was down
from Lake i reek district Saturday.
?jlr. and Mr, p. C6yio aro In
Northern California for a short visit.
C. Gallatin und A1. Loomls were
nmotig those over from Applegate
Now and dry piano boxes for salo.
Palmers' Piano Placo. Phouo 4C91.
Mrs. G. Heckathorn of Euglo Point
has been visiting her grunddaugh
ler, Mrs. C. Floroy of Jacksonville.
Mrs. F. Jackson was in Central
Point recently, visiting hor sister.
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
M. Marshall nnd C. W. Sharpo
wcro down from Central Point dis
WceRs & McGowan Co.
' Ony Pbone 871
' JJlght SbOMSI 3P. W. "Weoks 071
A, b. orr, aeaa
il Martin I. Krlckunn. minwljor of
Jtlin Crater National forest, left Mon
day fur Mlll.rrrck ranger station.
Milch In llio snow beyond Project
I A largo number of ransom nro
ramped there for tho winter, en
RijKOti in cruising tno timuer in mm
section. Mr. Krlckson will be ab
sent nbout two weeks.
Chns. Paddock and 1 B. ltnblnunn
of Josephine county wcro recent vis
itors In Medford.
Fnshlotinblo dressmaking. Evening
nnd afternoon gowns. Latest stylo
llngerlo n specialty. Mrs. E. t.
Painter, lato of New York City.
Hours 2 to G p. m. CIS King street.
W. W. Cameron and James Thomp
son ot Applegnto in ad o a business
trip lo Medford a few days slnre.
Ed Clemens, foreman of the Bing
ham ranch, was among the many who
came to Medford Saturday.
Dr. S. A. Lockwood nnd Dr. Myr
tlo S. Lockwood (regular physicians,
not chiropractors) have removed
their offices from tho Hasklns' build
ing to 232 E. Main afreet. 271 i
Fred Straubo of Willow Springs
Wm. Valentine of Gold Hill tarried
In Medfnrd for n short tlmo Satur
day, ' F. H. Madden and E. B. Hnnley
have been at Portland and Seattle
recently on business connected with
thetr canning enterprise In Al.iska.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
raphcrn, negatives mado any tlmo or
placo by appointment. Phono At.
Dr. Go.orgn Saladc and Col. Geo.
Minn ot Seven Oaks were among
Medford friends during the week.
J. T. Buck of Talent district nud
T. W. Williams of Grants Pass were
In 'Medford tho forepart of the week.
S, P. DeUoboam of Jacksonville
was In Medford Sunday afternoon,
accompanied by his daughter. They
wcro on their return from Ashland.
Van Gilbert and his' family mado
relatives, living nenr Phoenix a visit
Collect tnoso scattered sheets ot
music tou taI no and have them
bound In book form at the , Mall
Mlssca Ethel Garrett nnd Edith
Smith of Grants Pass have been vis
iting In Medford.
Frank Miller of Central Point dis
trict was In Medford Sunday, tho
guest of his brother, W. O. Miller.
Misses Nelllo Mclntyro and Flora
Thompson and Mrs. Gcrtrudo Norton
of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors
Miss St. Bailey, who has been vis
iting In Jacksonville district, has
i Mrs. Olllo Woltors was at Talent
Sunday, visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Alford.
Mrs. E. G. Perham left for Port
land Sunday evening, accompanied
by her son.
I. T. Gallfgcr, superintendent ot
Deuel &. Weeks' big orchard at Rock
Point, transacted business In Med
Leo Hcrrlngton of Applegate was
a recent business visitor in Medford.
H. W. McDougall of Appleton,
Minn., has been in Medford, visiting
A. K. Ware and his family.
Mrs. Emma Bcbb and Claude White
wero among tno ucnirai roimun
who spent Sunday In Medford.
George O. Henry and Mr. and Mrs.
N. Mitchell ot North Jacksonville
made a trip to Medford Saturday,
Miss Gladys Baker, who has been
In Medford visiting Mrs. Grlswold,
her aunt, has returned to her home
Miles Richardson made a trip to
Jacksonville Sunday evening.
Mrs. R. Llttleflold Is being visited
by her sister, Mrs. George Patton
ot Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaynon of
Portland are In Medford on a visit.
Will Hooker, who went to I.oa
Angeles to pack oranges, has re
turned. Ho arrived In Southern
California the day beforo tho cold
snap that caused so much damage In
the cltruH bolt.
Colonel E. Burke ot Roxy Ann
orchards is In Medford ou a short
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson of
Ashlnnd spent Monday In Medford.
A. E. Reamea returned Monday
morning from a vUlt at Portland
and Salem ou business.
Lloyd Houston ot tho
orchards spent Sunday In
Dr. 8. A. Lockwood was operated
upon for pendlcltls at tho Sacred
Heart hospital, Monday. Dr. R, C.
Clancy performed tho operation.
OF BOSTON ON STRIKE
BOSTON, Feb. 3.Moro than 0000
gorment workers employed in 360
uslublibhments struck hero today ns
u protest ujrniiibl lloslon mnnufao
tureiH doinir work for Now York fuo-
'toriea wlidso cmploycH aro out on
strike. Pickets surrounded tho
plants. No disorders have been reported,
nUDFOn MATT, TR1TUTNR
SAjl FRANCISCO. Feb. 3. - Tho
San Francisco Chinese World Is nu
thorlty for tho statement that iniiro
than a million dollars wna secured
from the Chinese, of tho country nnd
Canada ly agents nf Oriental swliid
lorn who traded upon tho patriotism
of tholr eouiitrvmen. They claimed
that the KiiMlnn empire was prcpar
lug to swoop down upon China Midi
wrest control rrom the Infant ropuh-
He, the swindlers securing sums rang
ing from $10 to $Stfi(, from thousands
The Chinese Six Companies
learned of tho plot recently, accord
ing to the editor of tho World, and
has taken stops to notify tho Chinese
presldcut that there la absolutely tin
truth In the fears spread by the bun
mm BY YOUTH
YUBA CITY, Cal., Feb. n.Cp!
tureil through tho daring of lt-ycar-
otd Walter Cress, son ot n farmer
near Live Oak, two men who blew
the sato In tho Live Oak postofflce
securing $700 In coin and stamps
Inst Saturday' morning, nro now In
tho county, Jail hero awaiting the
arrival of deputy United Stntes mar
snails from San Francisco. They
glvo the names of Frank Martin and
The bandits wcro found with their
loot In a corner of tho Cress farm,
with Walter standing guard over
them with a Bhotgun.
The mcu were handcuffed and
OPPOSES SINGLE TERM
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 3
The senate went on record today
against tho single six year term for
president, the voto being 23 to 10.
Tho resolution, which wns Intro
duced by Senator Sanford, made no
reference to tho author of tho meas
ure. Senator Works, but put tho mat
ter squarely beforo tho scnato on Its
In bis speech In support of the
resolution Senator Sanford again bit
terly and sarcastically referred to
Senator Works aa tho "Big Bull
Moose" who la too brilliant "for con
templation by tho naked eye, but
must bo looked nt with smoked
CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. .
Terrible Miffcriis prevailn nmong the
J10.OOO Turkish relugeoH who fled
from their homes in European Turkey
when tho Turks were defeated. Thou
sands of the fugitive nro clad in
thin rags nnd tho mortality among
them is great owlnx t tlio zero
weather. The condition of those f.ont
to other cities in Ain Mlno'r i even
mono thiiii tliofe remninintr in Con
stantinople. The American mission hospital nt
Konin is awnmped with apliautrf for
PORTLAND NURSE FOUND
VANDERIHG IN WOODS
ItOSP:iirilO, Ore., Feb. 3. Mi
Agnes Ifannion, the Portland trained
nnrso, who difipiefired from the
homo of Binder Hermann Sunday
morninj,', whs found late lodny wan
derinK niink'saly in the dense woods
n few tuilos from town. Physicians
say her health will not bo huriotiKly
nffected hv her experience.
MRS. LEISHMAN, ILL,
Mrs. LeUliiunii, wifo of (lie United
Httitcs AmbaKsndur, bus cancelled her
usual reception and other social ciiKiige.
mcntH in Berlin on account of continued
Indisposition and has gono lo Oherhof
with Miss Lclsliiiiau lu u party which
Included Mr, uud ilra. Jack Lolsuumu.
1. 1 i y i r'i."
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- - "" -" ijra Golden W$0&$ifi!fi&
QUEEN GUARDED NELSON WINS ROUND Woats P
FROM SUFFRAGETTES! FROM JUDGE GUTHRIE
LON'DO. Feb. 2. Ostonslbb to
protect Queen Mary against suffrage
activities but In guilty to guard hor
from suspected attempts nt iimIiisi
tlon by Indian malcontents, a heavy
dctachmont of siiller . and , police
surrounded tho Royal carriage today
when tho uccn n?otored from Wind
sor Castle to hold tho pre-I.ontun
court at Buckingham Palace.
Bosldes tho iisunl escort n pilot
automobile full of Scotland Yard
men preceded the Royul autamobll
nnd nnothr followeil It. Tho jour
ney was mado without iHcldsuu
Tho mens' lovoe will bo hold to
morrow nnd tho . court 'on Friday
Kver since the nttompt recently
mado to kill Uml llardliiKe. the vice
roy ot India, Lath King OeorRe nud
Qucou Mary bnvo been ouealy
guarded on all their publle nptieer
nnces. There nro known to bo a
number ot Indiana agitators lu tan
don and It Is fen rod that any Mine
they may try to nvenno the aliened
wrongs by the dependency by a blow
nf tho nation's beads.
SEATTLE, Feb. 1 Speaking to
2C00 people at' Dreamland Rink.
William I). Huywuod, tho noted di
rect actlonUt, arraigned the Ameri
can Federation of Labor as the great
est foe to the laboring rUesoe, nud
openly advocnted sabotage.
Ho declared that-the United Mlno
Workers of America as an example,
has been turned .ovor to the bosses
Tho labor federation, ho mibl, by
dividing Into trade iiiiIoiik fulled to
mustor the power of Its supposed
numerical strength. lio advocated
ono great union, nnd admitting to
membership nil cIushoh of workers
and nut only thoso of 'shlllud labor-'
VJt.NNA. Feb. !!.-Tliuiimud of
AutriaiiH, lliuignriuiiw, Pole uud
HerviiuiM are preparing lo emigrate
to Cmiada n soon oh (ho now Hteiiin
hliip lino which will, fcoon iio imuiKur
ntcd between Trioalo mid Moiilrenl
by the Ciiunilliiii Pueifio niilwuy is
opOia'd for InwiiuwH. It is believed
that tho new line witli its low ralou,
will turn a lurgo part of tho emi
grants from thin purl of Kuropo from
llio United Htulos loCanadu.
TOO LATEJO CLASSIFY
LOST String of gold bonds. Phono
Home 'Hi- , Suitable reward, 271
KANSAS CITY. Feb. X Col. Win,
II. XeUou, owni'r ot the KaimiiM City
Star, moored a ptiint oer Judge
Outline, by whuin he wan senteueed
lo nno tiny in jail for contempt of
court, when the court or iipponlit re
fused .lud-o Uuthrie'e motion to
iUHh the writ of ImliniH enrpitrt oh
tabled hv tho editor.
Tliid niCMiiH that tin Miiouri hii.
prewe eoiirt will himm on the eiue
WediKMHlsvy a ml that Col. Xilon will
not have to begin the i-nlcneo until
lhi i-oiirt n-uder- its decision.
i i - i
SEATTLE BUSINESS MAN
SURRENDERS TO POLICE
SF.ATTLK. Feb. X- After holdiin
the (Hilire at be'y fur more then 1J
hotiit, .liMeph Whitr, a fonntr Seal
tlu huitinea miui who liurriiailftl him
Melf iu the (leonrinii hotel lorn mu
rendered to the oftirr- nt 10:1."
lite officem hud talked him into
npeuiug the door nud httiinf I Item in.
lie will bo tayeu before tho wntiilv
iio Mm of
No Rccson Why Anyone Should Suf
fer With Such a .Disheartening
1 tit crftitbclotii blood Dotson Is
vnr cured until llio -last rirlliiio.ot tin
virus tas boon icmovBtl from tho circula
tion. Ttio limit taint loft' In' tho MooJ
will, Ki(ir t later, csuo a trtth out
break of llio trouble, with nil lis hl0equ
nnd doHtrucllvo symptoms of ulcerated
mouth nnd tlironl, coiicr colored
KploUliox, fallliiK hair, sorcM unit ulcers,
etc. NO otht medicine so fcurclr ouren
ciutnirl"!! blood ioUou an H. H. H. It
i;iitn down Into tho blood nnd oliadll
nnd surely urtvon out overy jnrlUilo of
tli Infootlon. It abiiotutely nnil pcrloclly
Miiilieri Uiu bluod, and leaves this vital
Hold us ficli, rich und lunlthy as It was
.before tho dwtructlvo vlrun of contagious
blood iKilton entered the clrcutatlon.
H. H. H, Iu)c1dy takes efftet ou tho blood,
and Krailually tho syinplotas duiamiear.
Hie hcullh In Improved, tho sliln cliurcd
tot nil mi)1, sores und othfr blemUhcs,
the hair titopu cnmliiK out, tho mouth nnd
throat heal uud when H. H. H. has
clwinted tho njntem of tho polvon no
Iraco or tho dlnciro Is left. H. H. fi.
cures contagious bliol iiolson becauno It
U tho crcatoet of all blood purifiers,
tested and proven In hundreds and hun
dreds of casen all over tho country.
Ynu will Und H. P 8. for nalo In all
ilrutf toro at 11.00 per bottle. Wr" tn
The HwJft Hpj-clflc Co., IS7 Hwlft Illdu.,
Atlanta. Oa., for prlvato inodlaal advlco
and a vary Instructive book on all blood
duenna, lecnt free, Htultd lu plain
TRUSTS ARE FIGHTING
WILSON'S PET BILLS
TUKNTON, X. .1., KMi. n.-Hlnwit
iii!dtlnii o I'ri'Klilt'iit-t'k'et Wilson'
live tnnl IiIIIh ponding hcfoii' Ilia
lenlslnluiT, wiih voIoimI lie fort the
M'linln Juilloliirv onimlHeo hero lo
ilnv hv a hi'oio of iMirpurnlliHi law
mtm, Alloiiioy Itlcliiiiil l.liiillniry,
reproMOiitiiitf the steel t'iiiMiiiitiiii,
nskcil that the iniiOH(i hill (iivollilit
tin liability Mf mi nfrloer or dlrn-loi
of n onrprirutioii 'limilil In iiiiiiiiiIim
lln loinl "will'ullv mill hiiouinulv."
I lie ohnruoli'iixeil tin tiii'tiMim
nu "mtioiiH'lv iliingeroiw nnd iiiuieo
Miry hit n' loKlliitluii."
WORKS WINS VICTORY IN
FIGHT AGAINST HEALTH DILL
WASIIIN'UTON'. Feb. .'I. l.onillnij
lln opoilii)ii lo the iinini'ilinto eon.
Milemtiou of lln Owen hill eronliun n
puliliit hen I Hi service, Henntnr Wirlc
of Cnlitiniin ii'jjlitereil u ylclnry in
lln Hounli Inilnv when tin ImMv hv
a tie vtoi) ivtiiM'il lo inkii up it
imnnn nt thix time.
To ALL Ages!
KOTK-KmIkmS ! tluati villi r hum in J .t.!rM
b4 urUivr'tuuu tmr iialuu 111 W wmialr
GREAT RED PLAGUE
LltltcnH of the mate nro urged to Inform thomm'lvc regarding
(hla planuf which, In entiling great differing among hoy nnd young
men, nnd epcclnlly among tho Innocent clrU nnd vomuii of tho htate.
Parents nro urged to protect tholr children, nnd provide clean, whole
Komo Information In place of the unclean mUlnformatloii they cannot
now help getting.
Rend for any of tho follewing:
l-'or Young Slen
Circular No. 2Tho Four Hot Lloa.
Ulrnilar No. 3 Sox Triitlis for Men.
For Older Ho)n (13 to 18 yrfl. ofnito)
Circular No, 8 Virility and 1'h) (ileal Development.
Tor Young o)n (10 to 13 )Tm. of ngo)
Circular No. 7 Tho Secret of HtroiiRtli.
Circular No. I. A Plnlu Talk with (llrU about their Heolth.
For Young Women
Circular No. 10 Physical Development, Marrlago and Mnthorhood.
Circular No. 1 Tho Need for Education In Hoxunl llyglono.
Circular No, 3 Whon and How to Toll tho Children, x
Circular No. C A LUt of Iloolts for Uxo In the Family on Rot.
Hond -co nt itnmp with your addrcva to
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E BLUNDER IS
CAUSE OF TRAGEDY
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vi4tlKiitluti Imliiv Irmii'il lo Hid IiIiiii
ilcr of n uiil leh'iilioiiii opi'iulnr, n
lriile lrnt'ilv whleh nlmcki'il llio
.Mine, lli'ln (IrnoM, n innrrtoil wiun
nu. iiniiiiKOil over llu telephoiu n
rt'titloxvotm wllli nu ililulirer, MhIVIiI
ink, n piiuiiliii'iil hunk ol'linlnl or
Aeelileutiiliv lln lrli'iliniii opeifi.
tor hixili'lieil in a tliltil eoniiviillnn
w Inlo' I'uhliiiU mill llu woumn weiu
tiitltliitfi mill Noiiliinxi u miiii' liihorv ,
lu'iilil their eonvi'iiiiilloii.
Itonliitliiit llmt ho inlnlit mli In oil
liU iiifomutlioii, N'oiilnirK told (lrow
ivliero lie oouhl find hU wll'i mul hoi'
ioiuiiiiiinii, mul ulii'ii (IroHM oiinio
upon litem Mint, (lnM mul I'VHIttl
N'eiihitiV, Ion, then klllnl liimaulf,
I(nvtitur u nolo willed witttt Hull ho
rei'oiveil .IU.VI I'roin flnTBH fr llio
int'oriniilioii llmt cot I wo live.
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