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arrcmrouT) MAm tim mmw, arrcPFORD, OTimox, kjinday, ;wly 30, 19.11.
liullutctl Danker Says Ho Is Mmlo
Scnpi'iioat to Savu World's Fair
Presented With Gifts hy San Dlqjo
OIL TRUST TO I'M where forest fires caused loss of life and property
Modified Decree Given hy Circuit
Court In Accordance With Supremo
Court Decision Six Months Per
iod to Effect Dissolution.
ST. I.OI'IS, M Inly 211. -Tliu
.United Slnfi'H circuit con 1 1 of ap
peals luiliiy modified ilit decree
against llii! Ktiuiditi'd Oil comtmny It
conform to the (Ic(iIhI(iii of tint Pull
fil SI 11 1 cm supremo court. Tim ('inn.
puny Is given nix iiioulhs in which to
Under tliu loruiH of tlio duow
which u'iih signed by four Judges' the
MAN niKCIO, Cnl.1 .Inly 29.
I.oili .1. Wililit, Iho banker indicted
la Portland, Or,, for alleged ember.
rlitiueut in connection s i 1 1 1 tlio fail
11 rii ol' tlio Oregon Trust & Havings
Imiili, Inl't hero curly today for Kim
r'riiucisoo to meet tlio Oiegon offi
cial who obtained his extradition,
"I was traded for the Hun I'Viiii
dco I'limiiiiii Pueifio exposition,''
wts Wilde's parting ri'iniirlt. ''There
i"i' 'ii file In llii' office of Governor
iIoJiiimiii of California mom llimi
Hlllll letter 11111I telegrams fiont Or.
egou people lluciitciiiiig to boycott
the San I'VutiiMHi'ii tpoiiioii utiles-.
I nun miiI not Hi fur trial."
Wililu will lie met at San I'runeUco
liv IiIh attorney, 1'hurlcw I). .Sumner.
Ilo will Mop over in l.oti Aii;;uIih for
It IV W llOIII-H, III) Hit ill.
Thu employe of the American Nil
lioiiul lunik, from tliu ptcideiiey of
which Wilde resigned yi'htcrduv, hiivn
presented to him it film Irnu'liug net,
iUM'oaiHinii'il by resolution iil'lltm
ilig their belief in his iutioeenco.
.Manv expressions of a Niiniliir na
ture liitvo been went to thu buttl..! lluffulo.Pills company for a ton ton
Wilde' popularity linn? being well c.hi'c roller, which will'lic it-ed to sue
(uliliMii'il. j fin'" JoHcphino eotlnly roads, genet-
. "... . ... '" ' ' 1 l' power for tlio rook iTitchur ami
NEW BRIDGE WILL SPAN i html -wlc in repairing roudn. Tlio
SLATE CREEKJN JOSEPHINE-price Ik said to bo $2711(100.
"""" ! A a result of tho purchase of Iho
P. S. KaMorday. iTprescnlnlivc ofbig road iiiuchhio, thu rouiW of Iho
Iho Colnmliia llridgo oompany. lu fiittuly will im what thoy lon havo
oloMcd a doal with offtotal of the' hhmIkiI, oionlifio troatnn'iit.
.lohophino I'oiinty court wlicrcliy !inl
coiniiv pniThiiHcH a Mvol linilKu to, WOMAN TO SEARCH
pall slato .nek wlu-ro it rrohhes tin' FOR DR. COOK'S RECORDS
' Vll Jl T- V J-.. MA 1-4 ' 'fc. I
w ' m iiul -fc .i.r iv- ii .i - - riiir ri ! . t a i
T -MU g-" A cry, W&mrti
HOttCUMINr AMD MICHIGAN HIRE ONE3.
Aloro than threw hundred liven IimI, four tlioiixiinil pcronK mitdo IioiiioIchh and facing fltan'utioti. and nn eit-
ooiiipniiy in potmitlcd to ciikiiuc nij timalcd Iohh lit property of .fl 0,(1(10, (UK),
10, in the toll of the j;rcat i'oreHt fires which arc rnj;5iij in North Qn
hiiiii'H havo wiped out tliu townn of Cochrane, IJig Dome, Wejjt Woiric,
iiilcr-Hliilo enmmcico during' (lie din. tano, Canada, and in .Michigan. Tho flame
Holntion portod. Tho decree extend i South rorenpine, (lolilen City, Vundcrhill and many othcrn. An idea of thu v8t area affected hy the fire
lliin period until Doceinhcr 21 and no-1 may ho gathered from tho map aliovo.
coiiIm Iho trimt tho privilcL'o of iihIc i - - - - - - - - '
I !.. . ,: ,. . .
iiK tor more nine it it. h niiamo to
oompleto dinMlilntioii hy Iho date Met,
Tho modification of tho decree w.im,
will hern from VndiiiiKton, whero;
it wiim drafted hy Special AhhiMuiiI.
Attornoy (Icneral Kriink H. IvcIIoku'-
liiHticcH Sanborn, Hook, Adams and
Y'indcwiiilcr Mncd tho dwice.
Colossal Figure, Equal In Size to
Liberty In New York Harbor to Be
Designed to Symbolize California's
BOOTH KELLY MILL
DESTROYED BY FIRE
HI'UINUKIKM), Oro.. July '-!).
HiirltiBflclil Ih wltliotit a water inn-
BUYS ROAD MACHINERY! ply today an a k-hiiU of a flro which
OITioioIk of the .losephino comity
oiirt havo elohed a deal with thu
leweiit City road,
puce wan -f'JtL'O.
WHITE HOPE, AGED TWO.
WEIGHS HUNDRED POUNDS
ATLANTA, flu.. JJitly 'Jil.-Jatnort
Coda, okciI 'J, wo'ikIiI 10(1 ihiiiiiiIh' Iiiim
taken Atlanta hy ntorn. He walked
ItlllMlKl.lllll. Ph.. .Inly a.
Min Dura Neene, tinted climher ol
the Alps i (illinc unt an expedition
I I.. ...... t.. l i ..!. ..I I I.I
i neuii' .uuiiiii .iK'iMiiii'y nun hearen
j for tho roeordu which Dr. Cook, lite
.reiut explorer, Kiiyn lie lelt llteru.
Iimt iiIkIiI dcMtroycd tho llooth-Kclly
Comiiany'H unwmlll, plnnltiK mill and
r,. iino.oon feet of Itiinher "titullliiK a
Iokh which Ik OHtlmatcd at a quarter
of a million dntlnrn.
Tint flro Htnrted from an overheat.
d hearing In thu mill. In a few inln
ttteH tho jilant wan afire ntnl the ml 11-
ilam, which contained the town'u wa
ter mipply went out.
A lively breeze horo tho flaim'H
toward the town nearby, but a mid
den hlft prevented HprltiKfluld'B de
Mirnrtlon. I.ohm $.100,000. Insurance $100,-000.
CONFESSES TO GUILT
'DRIVEN CRAZY BY. '
STATEMENT NO. I
Battle With an Eagle.
SANTA llOHA, Cut
LOS ANGELES GIRL MISSING;
FOUL PLAY IS FEARED
I.OS ANOBI.KS. Cnl.. duly 20.
KenrhiK foul play, tho parents of
Irene Davm, a'i'd 1(1, are prohlrate'l
hi'ide hih father from a railroad hta-1 Ham(, 0.t, t,, ,l(,K0 ,,
lion to a hotel. The yoitiij,' "hopo,,Ilflrr ,, im, , ...i.i,.,. iv,i'u ri,
immi-h n oiiet.1 inearturcineni of . w-m toru-to rthbotm buforo ho finally T"
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- , r.i.i. ii. i. lit. in... . inrLiifiv
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MUicccdod la rhocklni; It to death.
I'ho judteo after running down mv-
era) eiiiejf, nro inclined to belioto
thai the cnl ended her own life.
SAN KKANCISCO, Cnl., duly 21).
Coitheieneo Htnckcn nod famibhed,
tiualilo to secure work and without
n penny in the world, Carey A. Mini
l.er, former president of the Hank f
I'earl, III., which lies declares ho
wrecked hy dufulcatioiiK atuottutin
to $I'),00(l, uurroudurcd hiinhclf U
the Hiicu here art' ft fugitive from
jtixticu and today uukH to bu tnkct
hack to Illinois. Mnnker haid he loM
.t.'IA.UUO of tho litink'tf litonoy in Mock
gambling in 11108 nuil absconded with
$10,0(1(1 more when about to bo
brought o book for his previous etn
SUES DENTIST EOR4PAIN
I.OS ANGIXKS, Cnl.' July 29. -Declaring
that ever nince she Iiiik
had a tooth filled by him, a little
more than two yean ago, she ha.t
suffered acuta pain 111 that molar
SALEM, Or., July 'JU.-AHciiitti
at the anylurn here today declared
thai Statement No. 1 Oregon's fu
moiiK measure which insures the elec
tion of the people' choice, to .the
f United Slates enntc is restKinsililc
for the undoing of Henry JL'ller, a
wealthy Itopman of Aurora, Or.' who
Iiiik jiiHt been committed to the asylum.
During tho cumpnign, when State
inent No. 1 wos first inaugurated,
Miller was n candidate for the leg-
isluture and a strong proponent of
He was beaten at the pedis and his
reason began to fail gradually, and
arguments concerning the stateinent
become almost a ina'uiu with htm.
The asylum physician's characterize
his mental sickness as "Statement
No. 1 dementia."
.Man kkancisco- ci., 20.-
A heroic, statue as colossal as tlio
Statue of Liberty in New York nnd ns
significant in art, as all tho sculp
tors in the world will be invited to
compete in designing it, will bo. erect
cd on the headland of Lincoln park,
fronting the Pacific ocean and Gol
den. Gate, according to tho plana of
thcL'unama Pacific exposition direc
The' purposo of the statute is to
symbolize California's greatness to
the -world ft is expected that it will
cost about $G0O,00O. it will bo made
of cither bronze or cement.
, The exposition directors say that
artisis from nil parts of the coun
try arc c!ithu,Mnhtic over the plan
and will compete with designs.
C. V. Baldwin. Mrsic llilhish asks
100 n mouth for hurt alleged suffering.
For Columbia Fountain.
WASHINGTON, I). C. July 29.
The lowest of 12 bids received here
CONVICTED SLAYER TO
BE RESENTENCED MONDAY
PORTLAND, Or., July 29.--.Twsc
P. Webb of Seattle, convicted slayer
of William A. Johnson, whose body
he attempted to ship out of the city
in n trunk, will be rc-tetitenced to
hang by Judge Morrow of tho circuit
court Tuesday. Tho supreme court
early in the week sustained the lower
court n tis-dcelsion that Webb should
pay the, extreme iienuHy,
Mrs. Carrie Kirsch of Seattle who
was convicted of conspiring with
Webb to kill Johnson, is serving r.
sentence of 15 years in tho Oregon
8 DEAD, 16 HURT
III TRAIN WRECK
Misunderstanding of Signals by En
gineer Is Given as Cause of Head
on Collision on Bangor and Aroos
took Railroad Near Bangor, Me.
BANGOK, .Mo., July 29. Misun
derstanding of nignals by Engineer
P. W. Oarcclotta is '.today given ns,
tho cause of tho head-on collision be
tween n crowded excursion train and
a regular passenger which occurred
05 miles north of Grindstone, on tho
I3angor nnd Aioostook railroad and
reunited in the death of eight per
sons. Sixteen persons were injured.
The trains were to havo passed nt
Grindstone, but tho excursion tram,
was about a minute Into and it is
said that tho regular train did not,
IIAIIHY CLAIIK, Presquo Isle, Me.
DK.. HUGH C. PIPES, Presquo,
FRANK SEELEY, Prcsque . Isjc,
RETURNS TO PRISON
WHEN FINDS WIFE WED
Mrs. Clara M. Hilbish today is pros-fvr tho great memorial fountain to
coating-a suit for $25011 against Dr Christopher Columbus to be erected
on the Plaza of the union station was
.f(i0.:i9 for grr.nite or $JS,-191 ior
GALYESTOX, Texas, July 29.
Pardoned from tho state penitentiary,
where he had served 15 years of a
30 j-cars' sentence for killing a neigh
bor in a quarrel over land, Ennis
Clorofield, aged 55, returned to his
home to find that bis. wife had mar
ried another man two years ago.
Broken hearted Clarefield returned to
tho penitentiary and asked to be per
mitted to wrve out his term.
SERENE HARRIS, Prcsque,, Isle, " ,
CLAUDE LOOMER' Wash-, .
ENGINEER P. W. Garecclons of
Brewer, Me. ,
Tho regular train was the heavier
and plowed its way through the ex
cursion train with comparatively no
injury to its own passengers. ,
The railroad officials hero iimUt
that only eight persons were killed.
A telegram received from a physi
cian at the scene of tho wreck sss
Hint probably 12 uro den,l and 25
The relief tran with the injured
and dead aboard is now en route to
Bangor. The dead passengers nil
rode in the first coach, which was
telescoped and caught fire immedi
ately after the. collision.
Two hours before tho relief train
arrived the residents of Grin'dstonu
awakened by tho crash of the wreck,
formed a Xirc brigade and exting
uished the flames.
All Woodmen of the Worldt'aro
requesed o bo present at camp 'Tues
day evening. August 1st.
W, T. SHOIJLTS, C.C.
J. W. LING, Clerk. Ill
i ' ' i '
Time Tells The Tale
In Pental Work as well as anythiiig else, GOOD DENTAL
WORK will last indefinitely and is of great use and comfort to the
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Porcelain, Crowns . . ..
Bridge Work (per tooth) .
Silver Fillings ....,
Gold Fillings . . i $ 1.50
- a , . . ami m
Full Set of Teeth on Rubber Plate 7.50
Best Set of Teeth on Rubber Plate 10.Q0
Painless Extraction . . . . . '. . )
1 ' ALL OTHER WORK IN PROPORTIOH pWSS?"
REMEMBER The Material and Workmanship are guaranteed to be the very best
DR. BARBER, The Dentist
207-208 Farmers and Fruitgrowers Bank Bldg, corner West Main and Grape Streets, Medford, Oregon
OFFICE HOURS; 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.-Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Phone Main 653
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