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ItfEDFOftD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFOTID, ORIOGON, WEDNESDAY, MAKOH 29, 1911.
14 YEAR OLD fill
TAKE OWN LIFE
GOUTY 8Y JURY
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
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All Work Guaranteed JPrices Reasonable
COFFEE.N (Si PRICE
25 HOWARD IILOCK, KNTRANCK OX (Jth STltlSKT. PHOfK SOS
Population Has Been Practically
Wiped Out in Different Provinces
of China Russia to Take Steps to
Body is Found In Bushes in Portland
.Suburb Revolver Found Beneath
Her Body Showing Child Had
Portland Contractor Convicted of
Killing His Wife Attorneys File
Formal Notice That They Will Ap
pealJurors Out Five Hours.
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.IVifen? Widow Coming Soon IPLABUE WORSE
m. IN SPRINGTIME
iff tlF f 0' 'oL'
... MS . WE&m
FOR CITY PARK
Fifteen Cars Arrlvo ami Spreading of
Granite Begins Walks of Old Park
Havo Been Renovated and Aro In
ATTEMPT TO ROB
J. W. Canon, Charged With Attempt
ed Highway Robbery, Is Convicted
Now to Face Trial ,for Petty
Tlio If) eursni' granite mnl wliieh
the, Southurn l'licifiu niilroal gnvo
to,.tjio ladies ol! tlio Giuutui' Muiirunl.
club, have boon received.
j.,W S Hnrnuni, owner of tliu Koguo
River Vulloy railroad, haulod tlio ours
to llie jmrk and delayed hi other
freight t( iieeonimodnto I ho oily. In
order lo got tlio car to tlio pack on
wool; !u.vi'lio hat had to run an o.lrn
Sunday, train. '
Tliclsuhd will be ued un the walk
oil lioth tlio now mid old purl;. The
wnlkB of the old park lie been eo
orcd but thoho "I' tlio now park aio
not finiwliPil. In Miinc pliieeH tlu Mind
on tlio walk ik over one foot in
city is pian
Out-of-Tqwn Ladles Who Arc Fruit-.
qucnt Visitors'ln the City Plan to
Obtain Room In Which to Rest
While Here Need Is Great.
Tlio jury on tlio ease of .1. W.
Ciuioa, charged with attuinptuil rob
bery, returned u ordict of guilty yoh
lorday afternoon. Judge Calkiiih will
hiMitimcu him Saturday.
Canon utleinplod to hold 'up Fred
Oudiuau at tlio point of a fun, hut on
dUcovuring that bib victim bad but
ono hand big nerve Jailed mid he let
Today Canon alul bin partner, A
K. Noring, will bo tried for potty lar
1'iiiiy of a dwelling liclonin to (liul
mini, whom thoy attouiptod to hold up,
at Sinkiyou. Tin1 nii'ii aio iifcui'd i-l
HlccliiiK kuivoH, KtiiiH and ciiiliidi's
Tlio nii'ii ou aiipii'hi'udud at A'i-laud.
ST. PKTHKSmJIia, March 2D.
Klutly coiilraillctlng hoiioful reports
from Peking, tlio RiiBHlan govorn
niont today Is In receipt of advldos
fr6in the far oast which snythat the
spread of J ho plague there Is In
evitable with the coming of fliirlng,
u ml Unit In many places the popula
tion hits heen nlinoat wiped out.
in Pildzladnn, the Chlncsi' quarter
of Hnrbln, the reports ay, tlio jlGPu
f at Ion hnn dropped !y plilciie frihn
40,000 to l.OOO.andmost of the'kur-
vlvora'Hro chlldi'en. the- plnguo rarely
(ittiicking anyono under 15 years of
i.i' '! 1 1',
it nWv tliiflirohlv ' M ' ' lihnortnHcc
u'onieri'ln'Kuroifcan Hitachi, It Is dald,
till? gdvcrnmoiit lir'driiW TnllHhry
rdrdona nroitud 'tho lnYWled districts
and" will ordiir tho fcoldlors.'t'o"fihoot
down all who try to break through.
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' N'dtl6o Is hereby gIVoir tlmt't7ibr(ilty
rif'Medford, JAckson' Chanty1, Jregiii,
vlllftako iip'n'hd ciinfefil Ihb' following
llortds, and thrtt Intcrcat thereon hlihll
ticaso ill' the lntfcrrst Jiayhieht 'porlod
next following, (April 1st, 1011):
Improvement hdn'dtf Nds. 1, 2, '0,
10, 11 anil 12, dated April M.'lOOO.
1 IninrnviMiioiit. hoiuls N'Os. l)i 10. 11
and 12,'dnteTl Oclohor 1st,' 1D09, '
Water main bonds Nos. 1, 2, a, 4, C
and' C, series "A" dated April 1st,
1910. ' ' M !M
h. L. JACOUS,' '
1 " ' ' City Treasurer
Dated Kobrunry 28, 1911. 293
Unnklnn for Health.
YOl It HO'MK CO.UFOUTS.
Wo can wire your house, or do re
pair work on tho sorvlco you now
iiave, and will savo you nionoy on
tho work. Pioinptness and satisfac
tion aro two other ossontlals that
you'll always get hero.
Crater LaRe Wiring Co.
XO. 27 NOKTII UAUTIiKTT ST.
PORTLAND, Ore., March 29.
With the positive Identifacatlon of
tho revolver as one belonging to' her
cousin, detectives today declared that
there was no doubt but that Susano
Quiring, 11, committed suicide by
shooting herself In the head. It Is
believed that she brooded over a
slight reprimand given by a school
teacher until she decided to end her
When the body of the child was
found by Charles O'Neill, a contrac
tor half hidden in the brush on a
tract near JSaat Thirty-seventh street
ho telephoned Into police headquart
ers that tho child had been murder
ed. This theory was exploded, however,
whoa officials discovered tho weapon
under her body, two cartridges tied
up la her handkcrchlof and learned
that sho had seemingly been de
pressed for two days provlous to her
The girl was living with relatives.
Her father resides near Dallas, Oregon.
Htinugi Guentl don't know half tlio
people In the room. Just look at that
woman over there tlio cross eyed, rod
headed ouo. And bomu ono told me
hho iwis married. Don't you think tho
follow was a fool? Oilier (Juest (meek
ly) I know ho was. I'm hltn. Haiti
' A inovoiuout lmn bottu launched
by a mimhor or out or town ladle
who aro frequent vhritoi In ,M ml ford
tii soouro Home down town room' Mini
fit It up as a ludUw rot room. Thoy
stnto that they havo no plxce In
which to Hpond a fow bourn in the
city" HixQuptlug at tho human of
Tho ladle plan to have tha ptc
comfortably furnUhed hikI iiippUwl
With periodicals. They point out
til at tholr litisbaiidt lmve oll
yyUy sliould (buy not he tlio roat
room, whltih will iwirUko of the nat
,uro of a club.
Steam stump imlllui; iuiMn'8, fol
lowing In tho wako of th.- lumlHtr
man, aro converting former Umber
lands of tho norlhweat Into fertile
farms at.it rate of fioui one to three
ncroa a day for each mm blue phi-jdoyed.
TolUod Too Much.
Wlfo (reproiiotifully) - You forgot
how yon iliico brcatlitxl your love In
my ear and promised that my every
wish should be gratUUtl. Hub-No, I
don't, but I wish now I'd followed thu
hyvlenlc rule of keeping my moutu
shut while tireathtnu.-lloston Trim
"Havo you heard the billiard enmin
drum? Well, here It Is;
"Wluu made the rod Ifill IiIunIi?'
"'Why. when ll saw the two white
kiss In the couiur."'
You ean't nffonl to do without
Una splendid, rol'ioxliing drink.
Call up and order a enso sent to
tho house. Tho purest, most
healthful drink known is
P. C. BIGHAM, Agent.
Murllla-Do you consider onpngo
monts bludliiK? Mllllcuiu-Cortnlnly
If one didn't there would bo tio fun
In urtMkltiK them. llluairatwl Hits.
Of the 0. 000,000 totib of coat ion
ufud In loeomotlvoe In tho Undid
Stnto mcu year, loes than hair act
unlly re utllUul to pull trains, the
nmjorlty beliiK wntitod In gaves. In
iinutlllted etem, in wlti-hinir and
' On thu thaary that gmy hair is
OAitsdd by mluroliiw, a Huselnu set-
Klitlst claims to-preserve Its original i
rolnr by curling or waving it with
hot Irons, which Kill the hiuu.Ii.-h j
IThtiully (hero ih un nd in this pa
per which eoiilains information th.it
would snve money for you some
times u few cents, sometimes u few
dollars, sometimes many dollars!
PORTLAND, Ore., March 29. At
torneys for Jans William Hasslng, a
contractor, found guilty of wife mur
der, today filed formal notification
that they will appeal.
Tho Jury convicted Hasslng after
being out five hours.
Hasslng shot and killed his wife
on a streot last November, and then
attempted to kill himself. The coup
le previously had quarreled and were
Hasslng declined to discuss his
Chnndler, N. C. Mrs. Augusta
Lnmax, of this placo, writes: "I had
smothering spells every day, so bar
that I expected death at any time.
I could not silt ui) in bed. I suffered
from womanly troubles. My nerves
were unstrung. I had almost given
up all hope of ever being better. 1
tried Cnrdui, and It did mo more
good than anything I had ever taken.
I am better now' that I ever expected
to be." Thousands of ladles have writ
ten similar letters, telling of the
merits of Cnrdui. It relieved tholr
headache, backacho and misery, just
ns It will relieve yours, If you will
let It. Try.
Hasklns for Hoalth.
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Private Ambulance Service
Sick and Injured Conveyed to Any Part of the City or Country.
JOHN A. PERL
PHONES: Day Bell Main 351, Residence 41 1 1; Home Phone 179-L
Nothing Just as Good as the REXALL Remedies
109 East Main St.
? Phenes: Ilomo 03; Pac. 232
WEST SIDE PIIARMAC.
200 West Main Street
Phenes: llome -13; Pac. 4011
Eagle Drug Co., XxiCo
Thos. Bartholomew, Pii. C, General Mgr.
Tho Rcxall Stores
Dorse Shoeing and
.IJY HUGH ELLIOTT, tho noted horso sboer.. I can-y tho largest stock
and keep nothing but tlio best mechanics and guarantee nil work.
Wo Make n specialty of slioing driving horses.
Comer Riverside and Klgbth streets. Phono Home .11). Piiclfc 101.
TUqvq have been many substitute. for coffee, but
most pco2)lo prefer the genuine. All who use Golden
Gate Coffee are loud in their praises of its most ex
cellent aroma. It is all that a good coffee can be.
Allen Grocery C
32 South Central Avenue.
"BUY AT TlOMlt! AND II IS LP MIODFORD."
M Jr&k' MDl,Y DIRtCTB
Gf PRICES REDUCED I
jHr On Saih unit V&Z3 IK
0. h.' U.IAMS CO. WSfI
Particular P eople Prefer
Our New Spring Styles
are sure lo please the most fastidious. Our values are
second lo none. Our lines are new and every pair
will give satisfaction. You aro urged lo call soon.
I jr t Tit- j-i t
f lvieoiora joDDing KjO. j
4 The only exclusive jobbing company in Med ford uhcro you can 5
get all of your Uttlo odd jobs done ut once by expert workmen.
Cleaning, Kalslmlned or papered walls and ceilings.
ALL KLKCTRICALS AWLIAXCKS RKfAIRKI). We will tako
cliai-go of any job yr.n may have, call us up and talk it over.
WIS (JUAUAXTKH SATISKACTIOX IX WOHIC AXI) PRICKS.
PIIOXK MAIN 050t.
Office: Medford Music Shop
ST. MARKS RLOCIC.
A New Line of Switches,
Crescent Curls, Puffs,
Hair Rolls and Human Hair
Room Five Over Kentners
Phone Main 111
H. B. PATTERS
The QUAKER NURSERYMAN
Everything in the Nursery Line
Sec the nice English ITollies. All kinds
of shade trees, shrubbery, roses (only
tho most perfect plants), and full line
of pear, peach, apple, apricot, prunes,
Office H6 Main Street
Office Phone 2381 Res. Phone 2493