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Lfcfc if. ..r?- ii fe rV i, ..
Jolm 0. Drown, n jironilncnl poli
tician anil btislncn man of Southern
MhIio, spent Monday nt Medford
vlRttlnie L K. Kelly, an old friend.
Mr, llrown accompanied Mm. They
Hro an their ry to Southern Califor
nia on ft visit. Mr. llrown Is nn
anient flslierrten and promises to
return and visit Mi. Kolly In fishing
Wm. L. nengough, tl, S. A., nt
tacncd.to tho Doringtort Fruit farm,
Ontario, Canada, is In tho valloy
viewing the orchard districts under
tho direction ot Prof. I J. O'Qara.
Closing out palo ot pipes. Ire
land' Smoko House,
Mrs. E. II. Wagner ot Ashland la
visiting hor daughter, Mrs. T. W,
Miles ot this city.
Mrs. C. 11. Lamkln ot Ashland Is
Real homo mado brea nt Do-
Mr. and Mr. Henry llarnebnrg of
Asniami aro in .Mouioru on uustness.
Tho body ot Mrs, Emma Johnson
was shipped to Manning. Iowa, Sat
unlay evening, accompanied by her
son, Robert Johnson.
Fred Alton Halght (National Con
servatory Now York) teacher ot
piano and harmony, specialist In cor
rect principles ot touch and tech
nique. Residence studio, UG Laurel
street, rhono 7262.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Young Ladla' Amonm class ot
the Baptist church will moot with
Mis Nora Dally, 10th and I.Hiircl
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Mm. W. A. Jones of Ross Lane
was in Medford Monday morning.
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and havo it rebound
at tho Mall Tribune office. Costa
but little. tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dally aro down
Trom Trail district. Mr. Daily's
father, Patrick Dally. 8r., Is qulto 111.
A. Wcldner of Talent transacted
btiHlncss In Medford Monday.
Dry fir wood at J1.7G per tier on
tho ground. Apply to 717 North
Rlvcrsldo avenue, aioiHoru. zi
Miss Elsie Clements of North Da
kota has been visiting In Medford,
whllo on her way to California.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Woybrlght havo
returned from a short visit in Cali
fornia. Insure and be sure. Right it wo
write It. R. A. Holmes, The Insur
ance Man. -
Henry Barney and Marvin Abbott
of Grants Pass wcro recent visitors
Geo. D. Owlngs anjd Geo. E. Neu
bor of Jacksonville wcro In Medford
Vapor baths and ecienUflo mas
sage for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Gar-actt-Corey
Bldg. Phone 145.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Carnahan aro
down from tho BIuo Lcdgo for a
short business visit.
C. It. Mooro of Lake creek dis
trict, who has boon at Central Point
for a few days, was In Medford Mon
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Car-
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-
at-law, over Jackson County Bank
E. P. Hughes ot Ashland mndo a
trip to Medford Monday, returning
Mr. Rodcn ot Klamath county was
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Fuller
during tho week.
Now York Llfo Insuranco Co., C.
Y. Tcngwold, Medford National
Bank Bldg., phone 3371.
V, P. Wuuii of Portland, a public
accountant, arrived Monday and went
to Jacksonville tho next morning.
F. C. Dorciniis, tho horticulturist,
was among liU Medford friends Mon
day. New nnd dry piano boxes for salo.
Palmers' Pluno Place. Phono G91.
D. Jordan of Rod Bluff Ik among,
tho CullfornluiiB who uro visiting In
ltogua river valloy.
K. Dunbar of Grants Pass wus
among tho many from abroad who
transacted business In Medford dur
ing tho week.
Kodak finishing, the best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store. '
Joseph P. Hoagluud nnd Ooorgo K,
Fox of Central Point district wero in
II. E. Foator left for (Sold 1 II 11
Monday evening, ou official business,
Fashionable dressmaking. Evening
nnd afternoon gowns. Laiost stylo
llngorlo a specialty. Mrs. E. M.
Painter, luto of Now York City.
Hours 2 to 5 p. in. 518 King street.
R, H. Carloch of Nnpa, Cat., Is u
business visitor in Medford.
tloorgo DolmnKrr lias gnnn lo
HrlltftH Columbia, whrru n brother
Mr. nnd Mrs. (Jcnrgo M. (lowland
of (Irnnts Pars ato making friends liv
ing In Medford n visit.
Dr. S. A. LorKwood nnd Dr. Myr
(to B. tack wood (regular physicians,
not chiropractors) havo removed
their otflcey from tho llnnklns' build
ing to S33 E. Main street. 271
Wm. Nollls has returned to Med
ford from a trip to his Roguo river
Mr. and Mrs. James Dudley of
Southern California aro In Rogue
river vnlley. They formerly resided
E, D. Weston, commercial photog
raphcrn, negatives made any time or
placo by appointment. Phone M.
Scott II. Clasptll of Butto Falls
mado a trip to Medford tho forepart
of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cronemlllcr ot
JncksonvUlo wcro In Medford Mon
Collect tnose scattered sheets ot
music you value and have thorn
bound in book form at the Mall
H. B. Tronson ot Eagle Point tar
ried in Medford tho forepart ot tho
A. L. Cross o Butto Falls has been
visiting In Medford.
W. A. Pearson of Siskiyou moun
tain spent Monday in Medford.
Miss Jessie Banuard ot Salt Lake.
Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Wlllrout, who aro relatives.
Irvln Wilson ot Marysville, Cal., a
telegraph operator, arrived in Med'
ford Tuesday for a visit with his par
cuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. F. Wilson.
R. E. Gale, who Is Improving a
placo In Antloch precinct, left for
Portland Tuesday evening, but will
Miss Ira Shelley Is In Medford on
a snort visit.
L. Boyes of Montague, Cat., Is
transacting buslnosa In Medford.
Dr. J. F. Rcddy returned today
from Grants Pass where bo has been
on business connected with tho Pacific-Interior
J. P. Warren, well known by many
Duluth nnd Minneapolis rcbldcnta of
tho valley, who owned a ranch on
tho west side, died suddenly recently
nt his "Wisconsin home.
Take freo guess on school pictures
and get a beautiful picture ot Crater
Lake freo at Gcrklng & Harmon's
studio. 12S E. Malu street, near
First National Bank. Phono 2154.
Crater Lake photographs pro
nounced "by expert to bo the best
ever made of tho lake at Gcrklng &.
Harmon's studio. 12S E. Main street,
near First National Ban. Phone
21G4. Kodak finishing and enlarg
ing, negatives mado any place.
Mrs. R. L. Darling returned a few
days ago to ber homo In Hornbrook,
Cnl after a couplo ot wooks' visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
BEl.l.l.S'GllAM, Wash., Fell. 4
After four hours argument Attorney
llnrdld Preston of Seattle petitioned
Superior Judge Hnrtlln for n dlmuln
sal ot the capo against tho Seattle
banker charged with aiding nnd
abetting In the reception ot deposits
by tho defunct Laconner bank, know
ing It to bo Insolvent. From 10: 1C
a, m. until tho noon recess nnd trom
1;30 In tho afternoon until 4:15 tho
Scattlo attorney had tho floor. That
tho prosecution was not being con
ducted within tho letter of tho law;
that tho stato haB nn jurisdiction
over n national banking Institution
or tho officers thereof, when that in
stitution nnd those officers aro com
plying with tho nntlounl banking
laws, and that an Insufficiency of
evidence to hold tho defendants had
been submitted wero the gist ot the
Scattlo attorney's argument.
dm Hint llio Oregon mul Nnrlli Clint,
hint h'tfMulor flint- rhliriril I lie ft
(oino tut iiiiii'iiiliiicnl,
Mow in llnvp (hi licet t'uimh
Hrrup Knit Hmr M, by
.Mxkluu 1 nt Home, ,
SYDNEY, X. S. , Feb. 4 -That
tho government ot Japan Is contem
plating great expansion In unval con
struction In order lo compote with
tho program mnpped out by
unnnmod, was the state mado
passenger on Ynwntti Mam, which nr
rlved In this port from Toklo today.
publications, tho vlslor ns: i will havo n much rough syrup n )ra
"Great secrecy I being kept by theT i'M'.v" " fr " U
Japnncsn government ns to Its fu-1 Ami you will find It tint best rouh
turn iHtllcy. No lcxs thnn seven
Cough medicine, n a rubs contain it
litrire uimnlliv .f iiliiln kvrutt. If um
r a power t"kn nno pint of gntnulittrd sugar, add
. i , ;'i pint ot nrm wt'r and stir about
nuo ny i minute, jou lmo as good yrup as
innnry could liny.
V IAIIr.tllft Hfirllil In it iiln
...... ii .i I - - .!.."' "..".." I''"
ouit-iai government ami mi a up villi (lie .smntr iSriip. miii
If Ytill will limn nut. 41. iiiiii.wm ivf
.,".y .;...". v.r. , - :."::.."
i-ine j oo eeni wormi in ft linn iniiur,
NEW YORK. Feb. 1. With tt rag
ing galo threatening to destroy her
with all on board, llfo savers nro try
ing today to reach the freight steam
or Nlcholaa Cuneo. which went on
the sandbar off Point Lookout, L. I.,
In a. snoswstorm last night.
Tho revenue euttcr Mohawk Is
Tho Cuneo Is lifted so high on tho
bar that It Is expected sho will bo
reached from tho snoro at low tide.
There Is n crew ot 20 on board.
drcatlnnuKhts, costing $105,000,000
will bo built, four cruisers costing
$54,000,000, eight scout cruisers to
cost $13,000,000 nnd 40 destroers
syrup Jolt ever ueil evrn In whooping
cough. un can ftvl It tnkn hold mm.
STEWARDESS OF STEAMER
ARRESTED FOR SMUGGLING
SAX FRAXCISCO, Feb. I.-On
cabled information tlint Alio had
smuggled n largo quantity of opium
into Honolulu from the ship, Mrs.
Mnbel Taylor, chief stewardess of tho
Hncr Mongolia, wn placed under nr
re.st uou arrivnl of that vessel hero
It is claimed Mw, Taj lor tried to
evade the Honolulu customs official
by mnkitig a diit-h in nn nniomobilc
with tho (oiiiruhnnd. Hho wus cup
lured and tlio opium seized.
ADMIRAL DEWEY TO
SEE P0RT0LA CELEBRATION
SHOW GIRL DISCHARGED
BECAUSE OF BEAUTY
NKW YORK, Feb. i. - Declared to
be far too beautiful fur the part as
signed to her in "The Firefly," u
comic opera, Mies Keln Carter
Carringtou is today dielmrged from
the oR-ni oust by Arthur linmmer
Klein. She hats (succeeded, through
tho eourtx, in hceiiring $l."iU liaek
wages from tho uliowiniin.
SENATE PROBES ELECTION
OF WATSON AND CHILTON
SALEM. Ore., Fob. 4
Oregon" Is tho motto tit a bill Intro
duced by Senator Kotluher today, un
der which nono except residents of1
the stato for at least two yearn!
would bo permitted lo bid on con
tracts for statu or county bulldlngal
or Improvements, and no architect '
except those lu Oregon would bo ul-'
lowed to draw plans for or superlit-j
tend any public work I
ally stop' tho mot soero cough In J I
hour. It Is jul Irtxntlto enough, luu iv
pood tnnlo rlfcct. nnd tnto li pli'atiint,
fnlrt a teatioonful every one, two or
It U a splendid remedy, x, for
w hooping couuli, croup, hoitrtcno, asth
ma, eliett iln, etc,
Pltiex i tlio moi valuable wnernlra
ted cuiniMUud of Norv whlto idnn ex
tract, rich lu gutilncol nnd all tlio heal
tng pine elements No other prepara
tion will wxirk In this formula.
I Alii .'"' recipe for msklng cough rrmnly
I flW I w"" Wnc "d fngnr Syrup N now
Lnil Bw,l n,l prlrcl In thoutands of homes
I in inn t niirti piuirn iinti nuniin. i nn
plnn lim often been Imitated but norcr
Made In a guaranty ni iomto saiiMacilnn, or
money prtimptly rrfundeil, poon wlththN
rvii. Amir ilniggut lis I'll
get it tor miii. If not, k
I'lncx Co., Ft. Wayne, lud.
not, scud to Tho
Women who bear rhlldrnn nml t-.v.
Another section requires preference mftn healthy aro thoso who preparo
to bo gUeu to materials produred or
fabricated It Oregon, wheu public
work Is Involved.
WASHINGTON, Feb.. 4. -The cu
ato commlttco on privileges nnd elec
tions todny began investigation ot
tho alleged corruption In tho, election
of Senators Watson and Chilton In
1911. Both Watson and Chilton filed
statements denying all knolwodgo of
BOMB THROWN AT CHINESE
GOVERNOR AT F00 CHOW
FOO CHOW, China. Feb. 4.-A
bomb with thrown nt the civil gover
nor of Foo Chow todny, nnd resulted
only in injuring several bv.stniiderH.
WILD EXCITEMENT FOLLOWS
RICH STRIKE IN'NEVAOA
RE2CO, Xev.. Feb. I. Wild with
excitement, the new mining camp ot
Itochetter, near here, i-. tinlnv nn
cHrtliiug n 'in of gold ore running
-'DO ounce' silver itml tot) gold to
the ton. The dicoer is the biggest
in Nevada in recent yearn and all
lenseri nre operating three nhiftn.
TWO STATES FORMALLY
RATIFY INCOME TAX
WASHINGTON', Feb I The l.ilo
ileiutrtmeiit was oftiti.ilh imtiln'd to
tuelr systems In ndvanco of baby'a
coming. Union tho mothor aids
nature In Its pre-natal work tho crista
finds her system unequal to tho de
mands mado upon it, and oho (s often
loft with weakened hoalth or chronla
.- t, . . . .
nuuiium. jo rcmcojr is so iruiy n
help to nnturo um .Mother's Friend.
It relieves tho Pain nnd discomfort
caused by tho strain on tho ligaments.
makes pliant thoso fibre and iuuhcIcu
which nnturo Is expanding, and soothen
Ilia Inflammation of breast glaudn.
Mothers Friend nssuren a speedy ami
for tho mother,
and sho is left n
Healthy woman to tr -
enjoy tho rear- JTriOIKI
lag of her child.
Mother's Friend In sold at drug ntores.
Write for our freo book for expectant
rRADFlUD REGULATOR CO.. AtlU. Cs.
Skin Sufferers - Read !
XV want kit kln niifferern who hay
tirtrr,i fur many jear ttiti tor turn of
ilUrao ami who v sought medical aid
in vain, to read this.
xv. an ol.l (itahllihcd drucstitta tt
IhH rotnmunttr. with to rconuntnd to
you a, product that ban xtven many re
lie f anil may mean the en J of your
aony. Tho product l a rnlM. atmpl
varlona worthlun druira. t.ut a iKrlentino
waah, not a, patent m'dlclne concrete-! of
oompnuml mada of well known antlptlo
iPRredlenta. It If mad in the D II D.
latxi-atorl of Chlrajro and la called the
S.S.O. Preaerlptloa for Sotima.
TM Is a doctor" apaclal preaertptlon
on that h etTectcd many wonderful
Th effeet of I. D P li In rothn In
etantly, aa noon a applied, then tt pene
trate the porta, destroy aiwi throw
off alt dleraea rrnl und UftVee the
akin clean and healthy.
W ar an ronndent nf tho nHtrveloun
power of 1) V V. that wa have token
advantak'n nf the manufacturer mar-
lonlee, to offer yotl a full-fit bttU m
inai, rou are to jume in mrrtt or
tha remedy In yoir own particular caee.
If It doean't help yon, It enl yen
DPI) Fe-an In made nf tha earns hat
tni; Insredlenla. e'x u atul It.
WASHINGTON, Feb. l.-1'luim for
the iittoiulniH'O of the entire 1'aeifie
fleet and the reception of Admiral
Dewey in the :Uft of honor ul the
I'orloln celebration nt Han Fruiiuisco,
nre beintr made today.
Tho perhomil promise of Admintl
Doucy that tin will attend the, festival
bus been obtained.
Keeks & McGowan Co.
Bay Fbona aTl
Migtit rilOBMI r. W. Weeks 9071
A. JS. Orr, 389a
A ltfllnlilr 1 loir Tonic.
It Is an easy mnttor to prevent
baldness, dandruff und other diseases
of tho scalp by using Morltol Hair
Tonic. It should bo used regularly
to keep tho eculp freo of dandruff
mid luter, baldness. 'o aro author
ized to guarnnleo Meritol Hair
To ii I c. Leon 11. Iiasklnu.
A Wonderful Jtnnge.
Tho Schubert Ludy Qnnrtotto has
a range of voices of considerably
over throo octaves, tho contralto hav
ing as phenomenal a low volco as tho
soprano has a high ono. Thin on
ublou thorn to render a class of music
that Is entirely out of roaeh of tho
usual feinulu quartotto, and nearly
all of their selections aro written or
urruuged especially for them? Hear
thorn February SO at tho Nutatorliim
i .i i . -i
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED A good ull around team
mures, cheap and one or two good
cows fresh or dry. Address Tri
bune, L. II. 271
WANTED A woman to do light
house work and caro for small
child. Co homo to sleep. 11C
Luurol streot, phono 72C2. 270
mmwmiimm0mmmm 1 nw nan
mmmmmmmitimimmmmmmmmmt 1 si nmmmmmmmmmtttmumsLj
laek I' I
Continues until Saturday nitfhl, Fob.
Bill. AVo Iiope eveuybody will tiiUtf
advantao of tlii.s .Shoo Salg.
You will be more than pleased with (lie
allocs on sale.
'J'lio jiriees ai'e exceedingly low
considering the quality of the shoe.
Jtlvory day our Shoo Sale seems to lake'
a fresh snurt.
(l.'iuj values we are (iffei'ing ai'e certainly
jttlracting attention. ,, ,,, , u "
Coine iow while li(j seltjcious aro good.
"Good-Fit" Shoo Storo
Ni;ll,i:(7l' IM UANtlHIIOI'H To noinrl)' tu)u tor Ihu
ojeri In a duty )nt immi lo yuiitsHir and to Hinto ilfiaiiiftiht
Wealt oynu nieaii a IiiiimIIciip, nn mullni wluil juiir Mi
hKIiiii In llfo. and In IIiIn into of ti'iien activity, no umiii
woinati or child ran enrry a haiidli'itiiaiid hupo In win.
1 eau mtHlly dmouitiato lo jour mttlsfaelloii If yuur
t'itx need coriecllug or nut. '
Do Your Bargain
Hunting with Care
"At a great bargain,'' naius an old saytug. "niithti ponso."
You had hotter not buy at all If you nre not rwrtHlu byoud
doubt of the iiuallly of tho goods, or iiiiUmhi you aro sioIiIiik III
n store ot untiuestlouithle fair denlliig.
It Is to the credit ot The Mall Trltiuuu'it advettlnm that thny
do not announce Impossible bargains In sorvnnilUK lyp, nor umke
promises of iiunllty, which they are not prepared to Imrk tip.
You ran rely ou tho statumeiila iiindn by Tho .Mult TrllMiiiti'M
mUertlsers. They are bent upon securing your trade, mid nn 11
to Iteep It, ouco secured, by giving you the hewt value pisNlblo
for your monoy, They know that It may be ponsllilo to soil you
shoddy once, hut not twice, and they want you to lio satisfied.
You can secure buying opportunities from tho merchant who
ndvcrtlKo lu Tho Mall Tribune, which are real, north "lillo. and
Importniit. Knelt one of tlieeo advertlNeiiieula Is bsektMl up by
11 splendid huHlncfl tepiitn-tlon. Do tiur baiKalii hunting vlth
tan or rather throw earo lo tlio MiutU ami shop uilh tho Mull
.Tribune nihrrtUem. (t'op)rlHht, ltM:i. by J. I'. I'alloii.J
The 'American Boy Shoes
I'ndoubloilly (he greatest "gel hi' in Imvuniitl
youths' imbued solid stoeU sewed lougiiy gutidyear
welt shoes niatlc Is the American Hoy .Shorn. Vmt
will appreriatr the effort the makers hnr juit in
this shoe if you srr or wear them.
These shoes sell regularly every plan at 50
rents a pair more than our price. Our price size
J) to CI $'-'..")(), sizes I to li, :?:..(), less ten per
cent which we tire now taking off ou all shora.
WEST MAIN ST.
Grants Pass Opera House
T. I. Ilmilc), Mgr.
FRIDAY, FEB. 7
i s. sim: ANNorxriM tin-: imtiinatiowi, omkiuknwk
IX lllilt l,.Ti;ST CO.Mi:t)Y
"A Night Out"
Direct from llecord Ilium at Now .New York and I Union
Amurlra's (irontoat Coiiiodli'iinti Allan D.tlo, N. Y. American.
A jilny ullli Just eiiotiglt puthiN to snvo you flout liiiiglilng joutself to
thittli. ,N. V, World
Heath on Sale TttcMlity. I'liune ilH'.'.lt, (.tiiiil), I 'it.
I'rltetf .10 iviitN ( IJJ.IIO
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