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MEDFORD MATE TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 10.12.
WIFE'S SUICIDE RESULT
OF FAMILY QUARREL
GOVERNOR MARSHALL'S WIFE A GREAT HELP
TO HIM ON HIS CAMPAIGNING TOURS
LA FOLLETTE NOT
DULUTH THREATENS TO
Anyone Intt'h'iit'il In Dm ttrntinrnt of
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Tho first spml-annual meeting of
tho Sonthorn Convocation of the Dlo
tcsc of Oregon assembled nt St.
Mark's Parish homo yesterday at
noon, when a number of reprcsonta-
tlve'men of the parish were present
at luncheon with tho Dlshop of the
Diocese, tho Rt. Jlev. Charles Scad
ding, and tho visiting clorgy who
canio to attend the conference. The
ladles provided a very tempting- ro
past and while the good things were
disappearing many of those present
were called upon for short 8peccb.es
by the bishop who arted as toast-
Closer Relationship Sought
JMshop Scaddlng in his remarks
spoko of tho plan as adopted by
Canon at the convention in Portland
of having these conrocatlonal gather
ings in the different sections of Ore
gon whoreby the clergy and lay work
ers may bo brought moro closely to
gether for mutual sympathy and in
ter change of views. There are threo
convocations, tho northern includ
ing the parishes and missions In and
nrouhd'. Portland, the central, those
In and about Eugene and the South
ern including the parishes and mis
sions in the southern part of tho
state and the coast counties. The
Diocese remains a unit as before with
its yearly diocesan convention repre
senting all the work in tho diocese
but these convocational gatherings
are designed to bring tho workers
of a particular section In close con
tact with one another, when the prob
lems and difficulties may be talked
"Out of this plan." said tho bishop,
"there havo already como very won
derful results. The meetings have
been hold in tho northern and cen
tral parts of the diocese and every
one, clergy and laity alike, went
away feeling inspired and helped
This past year has been a hard one
everywhere on account of the In
creased burdens that all the outlying
parishes and missions have had to
bear through street assessments and
other demands made upon them, and
yet, I feel most encouraged over the
good work that has been accom
plished by the clergy with the loyal
co-operation of tho laity."
Short addresses were made on the
part of the clergy present by Revs.
Hamilton, Daker and Browning and
by Messrs. Tallandier, Getchel, Strang
and Penniston on. the part of the
At 2:30 in the afternoon there was
acpnferenco, tho bishop presiding
' when reports were heard from the
representatives of the parishes and
missions and discussions followed as
tho best means of meeting the diffi
culties and problems of the work.
The chairman announced that at 10
o'clock today the subject before the
conference for discussion would be
"The duty of the church towards the
youth of the community."
At 8 o'clock last night there was
n very inspiring service for tho gen
eral ublic. Addresses were made by
three of the clergy on tho general
subject of "The Coming of the King
dom of God," Rev. Robt. E. Drown
ing of Qoos Bay spoke of the King
dom of God with special reference to
the Individual, characterizing the
kingdom as a change of heart, involv
ing repentance and conformity to the
principles of the Christian life. Arch
deacon Chambers spoke of the com
ing of the kingdom in the parish, em
pahlzing the reality of prayer and the
necessity of work. Rev, W. II.
Hamilton of Grants Pass dealt with
the subject on the larger side of tho
coming of tho kingdom in tho whole
Apjieal Is Made
Bishop Scaddlng made an earnest
nnd sympathetic appeal to all those
present to stand shoulder to should
er In making GoU'b kingdom of right
eousness a power and blessing to the
Individual, tho parish and the whole
After tho morning conference a
luncheon to tho visiting clergy by the
ladles of St, Mark'B Episcopal church,
tho convocation was concluded by an
auto rldo in and around Mcdford. All
tho delegates to the convocation ex
pressed their pleasure and gratltudo
i for tho hospitable way In the church
wr people and others of Medford had en
tertained them during their stay here.
SAN' KKANClSCO, Cal., Oct. S.
Preferring death to life apart from
her husband, .Mrs. Frances J. Lewis,
aged forty, wife of Attorney J. Hnll
Lewis, n San Francisco lawyer, com
mitted sulcldo hero early today by
shooting. Mrs. Lewis had been sepa
rated from her husband for a week.
In n farewell note to her husband,
Mrs. Lewis said be had unjustly ac
cused her of intimacy with nnother
"I shall end It all." Mrs. Lewis
- wrote, "for 1 cannot live without
you. 1 havo never done anything
wrong. I don't suppose 1 have flirted
with the man you suspect as much
as you have with women. 1 do nut
care for htm and he knows It. I lovo
you and am going to die rather than
llvo without you."
CALL MAIDS HELPERS
INSTEAD OF SERVANTS
PASADEN'A. Oil.. Oct. 8. Even
into the palaces of the tntllioimirc
colony of Orange Grove avenue and
Oak Knoll of this city is the .spirit
of democracy spreading. At a meet
ing' of Hie Women's Civic lertgue, the
president, JCrs. Klir.nhelli R Her
bert, advanced the iroxsnl that do
mestic employes should not be made
to feel tlii'inselve menials and to
avoid this they should he designated
as "hcljH'rs" instead of servants or
hired girls, lhc suggestion was c
ceived with approval, llrs. Ilerhcvt
is a wealthy leader of society here.
She has just brought the noted pain
ter, W. S. Welwter. here, from Chi
cago to paint her portrait.
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MACHINE IS INVENTED
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. After four
teen days toil in Ids laboratory at
West Orange, N. J., icrfec'ting the
Inst detnil to a new talking moving
picture machine, during which time
he and his siv assistants new left
MRS. THOMAS R MARSHALL.
The bimi? of the iiv.rc . Hit uiie Uight & ,..u .h the MIdVe.tt, with
c'j.iuPM nt two mitt i:iret tn-I-xk in (lie luurnit g t dim li.ili' louely olutlutis
ai.i) Iihh-hiiii oir Uie iiunor- w.n ttic portlKU nllottnl lo Mrs. I.olt Kinney
Mnrsihiill. wire of the dean rrullc caudul.ile Tor the Ice Presidency, lu the uiuk
lug of u deii'm-i-iillr Goxerilor.
Mr. M;ir-hutl. who tnivt-N without maid or cimpnulon. In nn ever rrndjr
tnllor iiiut!t "ii li. ami whu speaks unit a i-harmln;: "iigueiiiiii of the IliMttleV
dialect, tulko with the Kwii sanity of the strong l;txllij, Ntrung minded woiucii
of her huidmud's lonclltut'iuy.
Tlii'imh hf Is not liiierestt'd In Ihe matter of women In polities. mip tins
shown herself able to withstand plijxlml banllilps aim Iikhii euleuct'S that
Mould lmf dtscournvd uiutiy tiieu from a like mrver.
MADISON, Wis,, Oct. 8. Alfred
Hogurtt, law partner of Henntor Lu
Folloltu, declared horo today (lint tho
report that LnFollotto had doclnrod
hlmsolf for Woodniw Wilson for
president was uhsolutoly false.
"Any ftiiti'iiieut Hint Seiiator l.n
lilU'tte Iiiim deelnivd for Wilmn 1h
nlisohilcly without foumlntlnii," Hiild
Rogers. "Fiirtlieiuioiv, let it lie un
ilTfltood oiieo for all that Lu Follette
will make nil niinouncimienla he
wishes to iiv out rcguVdiiig eurrcut
issues mid eiiudidntes tliroiigh liU
dingiiyinc, mid not from the public
pint fot in."
DRIVER ARRESTED FOR
ROBBING BIG STORES
SAX KKANClSCO. Oct. 8. Do
toctjvpt iiriehted Alfred Tfii'ler, dri
ver of a department Mtore, here today
nmriiellew tliey Imve in him tho man
responsible for the hlg npartmuiit
house hiiigluries comiiiitted recently.
As evidence, the police have at houd-
ipiartcrs several thousand dollars
worth of silverware smashed into an
Ono hundred thousand persons
could lut! work In Now York If they
would ko Into tho domestic iurvleo.
DIM.UTII, Minn., Oel. 8.- To bring
lo mi cud the t met Inn strlko lion.',
tho city council today notified Hie
eoiiipnny tlmt its fruiii'lso would he
miniillod williln tlircn dnvs if it I'tills
to provide cnpiililu, honest and Holier
crown for Its curs.
Tim hiring of Ktrikobronkorrt hy tlio
tiaction compuiiy is held responsible
for tho nclloii.
HIRAM PLEASED WITH
RECEPTION IN BROOKLYN
YONKKHS, N. Y Oct. 8.-Wry
uiiich pleased nt his reception hi
Hrooklyn, (lovcruor llirntu .IoIiiikiiii
of Vallforniit, progressive candidate
for vice president, spoke lie re todny,
Inter leaving for White I'IiiIiih mid
lu his uddress here Johnson com
pared tho prognssivo plittfonn with
tlios,, of other parties.
wirniniiii, N. v.
"(iHitlviiiPiii Kor flui nr all ytntn ) wm
irimli.wl with roiiHli nml cicioriitlim, I
nlno liml n liluti fi'Vir. My i'cub n a.
clitrnl CoiKiiiiiiitlnii Iiy injr iiliynkitiii. I
wiu iihvii t'nd l.lvvr nil, ;ri'iiit(i nml
other incdleliii'ii, nil nlthout liii'tll.
, '.M,t'liilllinin tltni, ltNt, I n nut
hVctwl to live. t'nllliiK tr. It. II, Mi-Cnr.
thy. Im mil Uitl tint o of Cckiimn'i Al
HihiIIih, tililoli t took tilth rxi-flleiil ttt.
iiiltn, nm! vn illr'ly entwl. 1 linm
KHliif.1 la iipIhIiI I mi nut In nil wentli.
rn nml lmii liml no coiiKli or rohl wlml
rit'r. I Kltr llimrt fni'tit to riirmirn
nlliKm to iii' I'ckmmi'ii Altrriitlvc".
JHworn Aniiliitlll JAH, W KANAI.Y.
I.rkiiinii'ii Alleriilht' l rffiflhtt In llrnn
rliltU, Amliimi, liny l-Vveri Tlirol nml
liiuiM Tiouliirs, nml III iipliiillillim tlm
yilriii Hofi not (tinlnhi 'olon, (plain
or Imlilt fnriiilnu ilruuD Ak for tiooklft
titllliiK ef rtsoierir. nml rltt to Kckmnn
Mlniintnry, riillnilflplilj, l'n for nmrir.
tlriir tor ml by nil Ii-iiiIIiik i)rtixiti
Wp carry n vvrr ooitmlttn lint of
1rntrlii), Inoo curulnn. flvturvt, etc..
nml On nil ulnmpn of unholntarlnv. A
itKClitl nmn to look nfler thin work
aolulvly nml will alv gootl
nnrvli'w im In ponitlblw to (t In vtm
tlio laricant oltlva.
Weeks & McQowan Co.
the building, eating cold meals mid
sleeping in three hour shifts. Thomas
A. Edison, tho electrical wizard, is
today on an automobile trip to rest
tin. His destination is kept secret.
Edison nnd his men went into the
shop e.oc'tiiig to complete the nec
essary work in one day. They re
mained two weeks.
CAR OF COMICE AT
GOTHAM GROSSES $3161
SroIjoI & Day of New York report
tho sale of a car of Santa Clara oxtrc
fancy 'Dog du Cornice nenrs nt $6.10
Civ Phnlna t I . It lind .l..t,n 1 '
, . .... " a hox. The car BrptJied $3,101.10.
mined tiprnitllfllllv In rottrn n nn 1
actor, but to continue as a theatrical , T'"8 arKcfl ,,lKn "r,cc for tho B0 I
I in.. f i .i . -. . nmnnrin urnti im, . ... .
manager. imu uwutu nucu 11117 uro Olioreu. )"' ' nwuuiiun .j,, AIUJU, ut.
"Women who benr children and ro
mala healthy aro thoao who prepare
their ayitcms In adranco 0! babr's
coming. Union tho mother aida
nature in its pre-natal work tho crlaU
nnda her ayatem unequal to tho de
mands made upon it, and oho la often
left with weakened health or chronlo
ailmonu. No remedy In no truly a
help to naturu n Mother's Friend.
It rolluves tho pain and discomfort
caused hy tho atrnln on tho ligament,
tnakoa pliant thoo flbrc.i and munclea
which nature is expanding, and aoothca
th3 iutlammutlon of breast glands.
Mother's Friend nnsuroo a spoedy and
for tho mother, 'BffjM.tflaA.a.V.
and sho la left n irlOlufSPS
healthy woman to y j
enjoy tho roar- VaTlfjIHft
Ing of her child.
Mother a Friend la cold nt drug store.
Wrlto for our frco book for expectant
Do You Want to Sell?
What aorta and quiuitlttpn, and what price? Wo aro not tend
ering for unyhody'H fruit
Do you want to coiihIku and chanco tho market! Conault ui
and wo will kIvo you quotations. I every caio wu nend tho nnllcra
lalo not. N Now York wo uso our own sale note, mid do not havo
apple told by auction,
H. N. WHITE & 00,
70 Park PIiujo Now York
ROOSEVELT IN DETROIT
MEETING BULL M00SERS
DETROIT, Oct. 8. Theodore
Jloosevelt, progressive candidate- for
pretddont, arrived hero this morning
"and conferred with progressive cn
drf. M ten o'clock ho started for
Mint and Saginaw.
Frank iostock Dead
LONDON, Oct. 8, iVunk Rostock,
tlia wli kuowu showman, died hero
todny rajn iiU'luenzu,
18th Anniversary Sale at Kentner's
1 0 Day's Bulletin of What's Going On
$2.50 HEAVY COTTON BLANKETS, SPECIAL, 51.89
Extra heavy Cotton Blankets, that arc made with the new wool finish, full
large twelve quarter si'e, hoth white, grey and tan colors; fi " QQ
$2.50 is a low price, but special for this sale at P A Os
$7.50 ALL WOOL BLANKETS WOOL BLANKETS, LARGE SIZE, $4.95
Fine all wool Bed Blankets, largest size, a beautiful quality, finished with
silk ribbon binding in an assortment of fancy plaid designs, as' well as tan and
greys. $7.50 is the usual price. Special for .this sale, fi!iQSr
at, the pair , , w. tJpreV J
$1.50 COTTON BLANKETS, FULL SIZE, $1.10 a
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Cotton blankets. Jul size and medium wenrht. L'reat v m denmnd '
to use as warm sheets, either White, grey 6r tan, with g - - Q
lancy uoruers. topeeuu at tne price , w
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS, MEDIUM HEAVY WEIGHT, 39
Women's medium weight Union Suits, of good quality, fleeced lined and finished with
crochet trimming; 50c is the usual retail price and we will have ICks
all sizes, at, the suit O sC
7 SPOOLS CLARK'S O. N. T. THREAD, ALL SIZES, FOR 25
Not very often that you get a cut price likethis on threw!, however during this C
sale we will sell the genuine article for 7 spools for ZDC
10 YARDS OF 121.C GENUINE HOPE B LEACHED MUSLIN, 39
A fine quality for general use is the muslin we have; 1000 yards in stock, but as that is
not a large lot for so popular an item we must limit you to buying 10 yards. n ff
the price for which is ' DC
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WOMEN'S $4.00 SWEATERS, NORFOL K AND COAT STYLE, $2.98
'A fortunate purchase of Women's Coat Sweaters, both single and double
breasted and Norfolk styles, enables usto offer $4.00 and $'1.50 O QQ
qualities in such colors as reds, greys and whites at 4j)30
$5.00 AND $6.00 BON TON CORSETS AND GOSSARD CORSETS, $3.50
The Corsets in this lot are numbers that wo will no longer carry in stock. They
ai desirable in every way and avc have nearly every size.
$5.00 NEMO CORSETS, A SPECIAL LOT FOR CLEARANCE $2.98
We have secured permission from the Nemo Corset Company to make this
special offer on their Corsets and offer a limited quantity at this special price.
54555'' C 05 "J "5 5 T 5 $' ,$$ T $ ' '
H. C. KENTNER CO.
D. OROSSLEY & SONS
20 1 Frnnkllii St., New Vork
APPLES and PEARS
Wo hnvo our own hoiuos In
NKW VOHIC, MVi:itl'()OI LONDON' AND OMRGOW
Direct consign innnU sollcltod or sw our IIokuo Itlror roprosontatlv.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Orogon
To Be Advanced to
$1000 an Acre
THE BROOKHURST ORCHARD
is off the market. To be advanced to
$1000 an acre.
Two Lots, 50x117, Quoon Anno Addition
Water, sewer, pavement and sidewalks in, alloy
in rear; best two lots in the addition. (
Ono Lot, 75x120, East Main Street
Water, sewer, pavement, alloy in rear. t
Five-room house and lot, Konwood avenue
Concrete foundation, plastered, wired and plumb-,
ed, lot 135 feet deep, half block Fourth street
pavement, high ground.
Lot South Oakdale 00x175, all improvements
in, adjoins Howard property, faces Dakota avenue,
alley in rear.
Seven acres, 1V1 miles north of Medford on Cen
tral Point macadam, ditch across highest part.
Any of the above properties can bo purchased at
exceptionally low prices and terms to suit pur
chaser. MEDFORD BOOK STORE:
Nearly a quarter of a century undor tho Bamo
Jackson County Bank
It hos succeeded bocauso of
Soundness of principle
Economy of management
Safety of investment
Courteous and liboral troatmont
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $176000.00
W, I, Vawter ,Prcsidont G. R. Lindloy, Vice Pros,
C. W. McDonald, Cashier