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MEDFORD ISOVTIi TRlBONE, MKDFORD, ORUGON, VK1DAY. OOTOBIW 11, 1012.
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Jninca II. Smith f Chicago who Is
IooKIiik after his real eatato Inter
cuts near Ragta Point, was la Med
It. Smith atnl Thomas Kdsall
wero do'n from Phoenix Thursday.
"'laiiica T. Uhlnhook of Salem, athto
water conihilsaloner, Is In Medford,
accompanied by 'his wire.
O. Stevenson has opened a bar
bershop n llald & Lyons! Bnioke
house oHFj-ont ati-eot.
Dr. Itlckert, eyesight specialist,
over fKotitncrs, "
jrOUo Caster and James Boardmnli
tnrrlod a few hours In 'MedfoYd
8. A. Ndwell, ladles" tailor, 4th
floor Mi P. &H.1)ldg.
Emmett Benson and C T. Payne
of Talent precinct were recent busi
ness visitor In Medtord.
The ladles of the M. K. church
South, will serve a chicken pie din
ner at the imrsonage, 25 -North Oak-
vdalc, Friday evening, the llth, com
mencing at 5 o'clock. Price SO cents.
JErerycne Invited. 173
Matt Demmcr was over from South
Those who hae Hot registered for
the coming November election, should
uV'so before October 0, as reglstra-j
closes on the 19th Inst.
wf.-VT. F.' ' Shields refuVned
-a short trip north.
Oak and hardwood f 4.50 and $5.00
per' cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth ana Fir.
W?,E.' CramVor Hilt, Cal., Is In
Medford on a short business trip.
Oak and hardwood $4.50 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
.A, J. Evans or Watklns precinct
Is spending a few das with Medford
Dr. RIckert, eyesight specialist,
!j. D. Anderson of Trail Is In
Medford In order to be more closely
In touch with the world baseball
championship series. Jack is a great
fan and Intense partisan of the Red
Try n Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
R. J. Lockwood, Garnet-Corey Bids..
phone Home 145.
A. E. DeIne of Applecatc Is In
Medford oil a short business trlpij
Dr. Morrison has removed his of
fice from tho St. Mark's block to
Corey building. "' 17G
"W, A. Jones vand H. L. CiiiKcade
visited Eaglo Point Friday on a short
'busluess trip. ',
Vapor baths and scientific massage
'$1.00 for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chlroprocter and nerve
specialist, ,203 (Jarnetl-Corcy Illdg.
phono H$mo 145.
.. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Stevens loH
Thursday evening for a visit with
friends at Portland.
For goodness sake, have R. A.
Holmes, the Insuranco man write
your insurance. Ho knows how.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Danes of Eu
gene arc in Medford on a short'
The Equal Suffrage club wU meet
Saturday afternoon at the Sparta
building for as Important session.'
All members are urged to attend.
Mrs. J. F. Reddy returned Fri
day from a trip to Spokane.
What makes Cleveland Baking
Powder soil? Quality and price. 3
"pound cans, $1.00; 5 pound, $1.0
Ask for the cans with the screw
top and metal handle under regular
cover. Are useful when empty.
Jeff D, Heard who was taken
seriously III at Los Angeles recently
has recovered to such an extent that
he was able to leave for Chicago on
a business trip. .,
Mrs. Hose T Baker took first prize
as best pastry cook In Jackson Coun
ty, She always uses Cleveland Bak-I
liitr Pnwilpr nrwl mirchaKPH fhn Ti'i
pound bUo from her grocer for 51.C5.
John Whitehead, a resident of the
Apptpguto has been adjudged Insane
and ordered committed to tho state,
asylum for the Insane.
An even (etotpoonful of Cleveland
Baking Powder will do as much, or
more, than a heaping teaspnoufu of
other powders. Ask your grocer for
a 3 pound tan; Which costs only
$1.00, -" " -
11, 1J. Eaton, ho has been hauling
lumber from Schmidt Bros." xaw' jrilll.
on Evan's creek to Rogue lllver dur
ing tho past bcusoii, has completed
his contract theie and sent tho on
glno and trailers to Grants Puss to
haul from tho Swede l)atln mill.
O. II. Hajo of Jacksonville was lit
Medford Thursday, on his way to at
tend a meeting of Odd 1'ellown at
Grants Pass. Ills daughter, Miss
Cora, accompanied him,
' .Mrs. A.. W SturftU of ApplcRftto
Is visiting In 'Medford.
, U. D. SrUUi wept to Oakland,
Qrc-Roii. thfa week to" attend tho fun
eral of n sister,
J. F. Merrill of Gold lllll, tho
horticulturist, wan a recent Aled
fold visitor So waa J. Aetbnry.
Mr. Bennett of tho Clnrk lloncry
company spent Thursday In Mud
ford, lie nnnouHcfts that consider
able paving will be done at both
Yrcfca, Cal., and Gold lllll In tho
near v future.
Mrs. I M. Center, who )ma boon
visiting at Lakevluw, returned
Claronco' L. Kennies, democratic
candidato Tor Joint representative,
addressed a largo audience at
Myrtle Creek Douglas county,
'Chicken ilo dinner given by the
Ladles Aid of the First M. K. church
lii'ttio Deuel building next to tho
M. 'At. department store Saturday,
October 12th, from 5 to 7 p. m.
Adults f0 Mints, children 25 cents
J, V. Casey, the pioneer repre
sentative of the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul railroad at Portland,
spent a couple of days at Medford
A. Gllson of Sterling transacted
business In -Medford Thursday morn
Mrs. Bert Orr visited In Jackson
ville, her former home, Thursday.
: Chas. Seefteld and M. F. Hanley
arc down from Lake Creek.
E. B. Hanley returned ThUrsdny
from a. short business trip to Siski
you county, Cal.
School Supervisors Ager and
Avery conferred with School Super
intendent AVeils at Jacksonville one
day this week.
$ J. X. Pace, superintendent of the
county poor farm, is having a neat
residence built near Talent.
J. A. Gratfts of Xorth Phoenix
was In Medford the forepart of the
A harvest festival, with the Flame
Tokay grapo as the main feature.
will be held at Grants Pass, Otc.
11. Large quantities of theso grapes
and of fine quality are grown in that
part of Josephine county.
W. G. Knlpps and B. F. Hambreo
were among tho outsiders in Med
ford during thcvweck.
Miss Gertrude Fay has returned
to Medford from Klamath Falls,
where she has been stopping for
some time past. Mrs. Fay will join
her beroro long.
Mrs. Nancy Carfr,. who died at
the residence of Her son recently,
aged 77 years, was a pioneer or
Wimer precinct and beloved by all
who knew her. Several sons and
daughters and numerous friends
mourn her demise.
" Paul Hansen of tho South Fir
planing mill Is visiting bin former
home in tho Willamette valley.
7a. W. .Morrison has purchased the
Peerless Bakery of W. J. Beacon. ,
George Lyman and AV. II. Miller,
democratic candidates for county
commissioner and clerk respective
ly, spent Thursday In Medford.
John W. Francis, a well known
attorney of Sacramento, Is In Med
ford on profrcsslonnl business.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Clark of Ash
land spent Friday with Medford
Miss Ethel Hazelrigg is going to
Chicago to spend the winter with
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hazelrigg are
in Minneapolis, working this nay on
the Orpheum circuit.
fcUt 30 PER CENT
SAX FKANTISl'O. O.L 11. I'm
tier file of Miistuiueil ohjecllotit by
rnlrpnjorv' tliiouhntit llio oily In
which Ahum Itotph liiul otfioinlly
joined, the liotml of iiiulorwtttorM lit'
the Pneitip, wliieli eonlroN the Tiro
hisurniK'o mtmition on the ooitsl, un-
mmucotl today lliut rate reduction
nimnmtiiiir uppmxIuuWcl.v to a out of
thirty per cent niiit nil uv'Kiogntu vuv
iusr to tho luxMuium jmxers oC.'Jl.tHlO,
O0U a yrtir, wiiuld ho put into of foot
The nnnouneomont was inmlo tit n
nicotine; of tluoouferenoo committee
oit insurance- rnto-, including ml'iu
hers of the hoard of Inn umlorwri
torts, the major mid oitv official-.
The promise w that tho reduced rates
will ffo iu to of foot nt onco.
SAN FILVNCISCO, Cal., Oct. 11.
Aljffour round boxing promoters In
San Francisco will appear before the
police commission of tho board of
supervisors lato today, when tho ad
visability of appointing a boxing
commission to supervise tho gatno
will bo "discussed. Recent decisions
In a .number of bouts, especially
those of last Friday night, hnvo
arquscd the ronimltteo to the neces
sity of taking drastic action, and In
a commission with full power It ses
a cure for the evils that havu crept
If tho commission is appointed,
tho intention is to gho It complote
control In tho matter of licensing re
ferees, suspending and fining box
ers for falling, to keept engagements
or for putting up bad fights, throw
ing' out unequal matches, revoking
promoters' permits who fall to keep
their promises and otherwise regit
lntlng all matters in connection with
the four round shows.
NETS $58 PER ION
M. I'. SelimlU, wiotnrv or (ho
.Mcdloi d MiuiiiK & Milllnt; cuiiHHiy
has received thSuylmns fioin n oar
load of Ktild unshipped to tlw xinoU
tor at Ivonnott luit nionlH, Tho net
timelier rc.liiriiWfiouu !f,")8 slu Iho
ton. Atiotlier-oaV or the mimo, Krado
was shipped Jliuida.V to thu'snU'ltr.
Development wijilc,nt tho mine, which
is the old Xorjiiiir propuil.v. is mt
Kiti.frlujx rapidly -tinder the nuuuigo
ment of Mr, Ilcnhjy and nu liierou-oU
force and iiiorpiiM-d devcloimicut
ntay ho -ooii Io6ked for.
TAKES 3,000 MILE
rp? TO MARRY
BOSTON WINS FOURTH GAME
i -i 1 1
(Continued from pago 1.)
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TRIED TO KILL BRIDE
X ' ' -' "i ' - - Iv ,
XOGALES, Ariz., Oil. 11.-Arrested
on n churo of iittcmptiu to
kill his bride of twenty days, lieu
tenant Korriignniyi M-eoitd in coin
mnnd of the Mexican leclorul force
btutioued nt Nopnloj;, .AJusico, just
aertH the border from hciv, U todu
held incommuiiu'iido in the Mexican
The officer whs married tweilt j,jtB( Gardner, UoVhlo plays, Flet-
ty, had lost hoiuo of tho smoke to
his stuff, 1ut was carried along by a
defenso which was absolutely a stone
wall before tho Giant attack,
Tcsrcau started ngitlu for tho
Giants, but rocked too badly before
hitting his stride, After a had start
ho settled In brilliant fashion but
tho stand' caniQ too late.
Both teams placd great ball and
Boston won a deserved victory, al
though tho Giant's onco more outhlt
tho American Leaguers.
It. II, PO. A. K.
Hooper rf ...,.,.....0
Verkes 2b ..'i0
Speaker cf ..,..0
Lew'ls If ....u,0
Gardner 3b ......U...2
Stnhl lb ....;.....-l
Wagner ss :.fj.J.;(J
Cady c ......u........Q
Wopd p .r..JU. .0
Totals ...;.!C.tk....3 S 27 12 1
W It. II. PO
Dovoro rf .:..VHt...0 '
Doylu 2h .'..4:0
Murray If 0
Merkle. lb 0
Ilcrzog 3b 1
Meyers c ; 0
Fletcher ks .....jO
Tosreau p . ...i.Ji...,0
Totals .....I 0 27 12 1
Batted for Tcsrcau In seventh.
Score by Innings;
Boston -0l0 '100 0013
Nqw York ... 1.000 000 1001
Summary: Struck out by Wood,
S; Tcsrcau, 5. Base on balls, off
Tcsrcau, 2; Ames. 1. Two baso
hits, Fletcher, Speaker. Throo huso-
days ao to the daughter of a prom
ment Mexican family. For sumo uu
kuowii cniiNC the couple xepuruted
the day ufter the wedding. They
were re-united nbotit it week ngo, but
it is rcKirtcd iiuirroled constantly.
Today, follewiiit: u family dispute,
Norzflgaray drew u rovolver nnd shot
his wifo three times. lie is held by
the civil authorities pending the out
come of Kenorn Korzugarny'h
18th ANNIVERSARY SALE.
The wise ones are getting in 011
our special prices look these over
and see what you can save:
$1.25-1.30 dress goods 98c.
$5 Nemo corsets $2.08.
Children's 00c-75c wool pants and
$1.50 blankets' $1 13.
Children's (iOc to 75c outing
KENTNElt'ii BIG' STORE.
sy Fiioa M71
vixkt riiHHi r. w. wev ton
1 a. :
Fred L. Col rig
Itepubllcan nominee for county
recorder, second term.
Extract from report of J. H. Wil
son, expert accountant for Jackson
ceunty: "Mr. Colvlg'sbooks have
been excellently kept. In all my
experience I havu found but one re
corder's office with so good a rec
ord." (Paid Adit.)
Notice Ti Fruit Growers.
Tho Garnott-Corey iiardwaro have
the agency for tho Bean Power Spray
machines; tho host machine made,
and have btMered n car to conio for
ward November 1st. They will glad
ly show tlio working of those ma
chines and quote tho best prices.
Storo corner Main and Grape struct.
chur to Merkle, sacrifice hits, Ycrkca.
Wild pitches, Tcsrcau.
Mls Ituth A. Wlltbcrgor, twenty
years old, has started (rum her homo
In Washington. l. C. on n :t.MK-mllo
trip to meet and many her tiiinoe, Will
lain Callahan, tweiily-IHv years of age,
of Soattlo, Wash.
Ho and Miss Wlltbec.ser on their en
gnui'int'iit drchtrd tlm marrtaao would
tnko place In .Seattle, wjturu Mr. Cnlla
turn now icsldes.
Miss WlltborKcr, who wa$ born In
I'cnnlVHiilii. mid who linn lived nt the
capital fur Mv yenr. Is tluS dunghter of
Mr. It. H Wlllhprgcr, oiiudoyetl In th
HAN 1)111(10. Cal. Oct It -Mom
than tltly iuhoIiiIIoiih, alutoHt all u(
wtiluh deal with statu IouIhIiiIIoii and
cmintltutloiuil iiiiieiidmuiitH, weiu
still htiford the convention, of tho
Statu Federation of Lnhor today when
tho delegates mot for what Intended
to ho the final dny'a work. Ilonin
rule tutnxatlon and tho Vtuotrnclc
gumlillng ameiidmcut worn on tho
list, along with demands rot' an mil
vernal eight-hour da, cash pay
inuut of wages, creation of u board
of construction, minimum wago
board, statu guaranty of employment
and tho adoption of the referendum
for tho federation.
I) P. llnggmty of San Franclsro
whs declared elected president of tho
Boycotts worn declared against
the San KhuicIhco Examiner and tho
Sacramento Heo In aid of the strik
Aid was pledged to Tvolttuoe, Clan
cy nnd tho other labor lenders on
trial In ldtnnapollu.
INth ANMVhllHAItY HAM)
hi our rloitk deiiuitilnmt, wo hnvo
Home groat IiiiikiiIiih, All-wool miine
di'DHso for WM thill uroVortlt $10.
A fine lot of clonk 11 at $10, $12, )tn,
worth fully oitu-lhli'd mot 0. AhI to
koo mil' lllm of talloied buttii at U.,
all wool mid Hut lit lined.
ICKNTNtfll'H 1)1(1 HTOHIJ
A. V. A. M.
JVnrk, In 1'. 0. dogreu thla ovun
WM. MUlil.lOlt. See.
CHOPPED INTO SLAVE DEN,
RESCUED TWO GIRLS
SAN FltANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 11
Chopping their way with nxca Into
11 Chinese shoo den. Immigration In
spectors J. W Nicholson nnd J. It.
Gohblu today ivacued two young
Chlcnotio slave girls, brought Into
tAls country for alleged Immoral pur
poses. T,ho two girls wero sent to
Ainu:! Island and probably will but
SAN FRANCISCO GAME
POSTPONED FOR FUNERAL
SAN niANVKSCO, Oct. ll.-On
account of the funeral this afternoon
of the lute lloiuie lleilmiillor, Lou
AligclcM out fielder, the yiiine relied
ulid for today Imtweeu Sun FrutieiH.
eo mil) Portland waa poHtponed. A
douhlcheadcr will he played tomorrow.
If Cro") t'mcilhh, tlllloim and Hide
Lot "Syrup of rigi" Clean It
little Wnnle-vlogKcil Bowel
ST. JOHNS LAUNDRY
BURNS: LOSS $30,000
I'OHTLANI). Oct. 11.-The Ht.
JoIiiih lmiudrv wiih Iniriicd today,
with 11 :I0,UIM) loss. An entile
weekV laundry wan 11U0 destroyed.
The origin of the fire is to lie tin obligated.
The Gold Dust Twins'
T F yqu have ever iumed and fussed, becauao of dirt and tfrtme and
Uf 'mat, and aaldimto youraelf, "Oh. dear I Thia houtehold work will,
kill. I fear" then it ia time that you should find some other
method far more kind.
Of all tho woes a housewifo hears, ono alwaya fills her day with
cares: Iho kitchen alter-moal-timo muss,
1 .1 1 a m lift 1
The Easjicst Way TT , Tr? 71
T, .,v Kvin fi,,v nM iihiidi tw
knives And forks and elates and cans, no
task of man, however grim, tho half as mean is handed him.
Two little willing workers aim to enter in this household game:
their job. tho lessening of work, a (ask that neither of them shirk.
statu. Stolon' bases, Merkle. stahl. With active little hands and brainsthey grab tho irksomo household
reins, uu soon eacn Kctiie, pot or uisn, is just as ongnc as you could
wish. And notunttl the chores
arc done, from sink to silver, sun
to sun, could anything inspire tho
two, to drop the tasks they have
No'miitter want nils your child, a
getitln, thorough Inxntlvo phynlc.
should nlwnM ho tho flmt treat
ment given. ,
If your child Isn't fueling wull;
resting nicely; eating regularly and
acting, natiirnlly It Ih a sure sign that
It little, stomach, liver and U0 foul
of bowel are filled with foul, con-
jttlpatod wtiHto hiatter mid need a
Kntle, thorough cleansing ut once.
Whon cros, Irrltnhlo, feverish,
stomach sour, breath had or your lit
tlo ono has stomach ache, diarrhoea,
sore throat, full of cold, toiiguo
routed; give a toaspoonfol of Kyrttp
of Figs and In a few hour nil tho
clogged up wattle, uudlgutitcd food
and sour bile wilt gently movo 011
nnd oitt of Its lltt'c hcwnls without
nausea, griping or woukuogu, and you
will surely have a well, huppy and
smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup of KIrh you are not
drugging your children, being i-niu-poHed
entirely of lit clous flgn, senna
nnd aromatic It cannot bo harmful,
besides they dourly lovo Its dulktoiis
Mothers should alwu)s keep Sy
rup or l-'lgs handy. It Is the only
stomach, liver and bowel ocnuur
and regulator needed -i little gvm
today wll too a sick child tomorrow.
Pull directions for children or nil
agcHi and for grown-ups plainly
printed on tho package.
Ask your druggists tor tho full
uniue, "Syrup of Klgx and Elixir or
KoittiR," prepared by the California'
Fig rup Co, This l (hu delicious
taitiliift. Kiuiiiluu di rulluhle. IteT-"
fime niiythlng clue oflorrd. '
CLARENCE MAKAY'S DAUGHTER
HAS APPENDICITIS OPERATION
1'AItIK, Oct. 1 L Sfricken Hiidden
ly with npiK'iidieilirt niter several
days illness, Ellen Jfuckay, daughter
of Clarence II. Mnekny, was rushed
to 11 hospital, and alter jm operation
performed by Dr. Gosnet, n leading
PaHn HUrgcon, tho patient wiin re
ported today as steadily improving,
Miss .Mnekny will he out of daiigcr
within twenty-four lionr If her con
dition continues to improe.
M"aeKav had hooked passage for
New York, but po&Jpoiieil IiIh ilepnr
ture, ' '
Thercforo, it you have never
known, assistance such aavwe
have shown, your troubles end,
whero joy begins. Now, Mrs.
Drudge, the Gold Dust Twins I
Henceforth, aa dishes ennsmtata
and dingy pots that cannot wait; when cutlery, in sad array,
awaits you at the close of day "Cheer Up!" Forget the labor
planned: .You have two aids at your command.
Luir" '' ,,&byMjJuwvo
Ask iour grocer for Model Ilukory'n
LILY WHITE llltKAIl
mid save thy wrappers for pillow
The Model Bakery
Wholesale and retail
llrt-nd, le, Cuke, I'lmlry
Special orders for blrthdu). wed
ding, mid party cation,
Home I'lio'uo UU tHHl i:. Mnlu
Mouoy on hniid nt nil timon
to loan on improved ranclioa
and city proporty at lowoat
rates with "on or boforo
Phone 3231 820 G -O. Bldg.
SILK BARGAIN SALE
IHtli ANNIVKHSAKY HALK
Everybody Ih buying their fnll
uupplleu now ut this IjIk nlu Met a
lino on theso bargalnd' for l;iHtnnce:
7.50 ull-wool blankets l.'JO.
ladlea' 0c union millfl 'i'Jc.
$0 Uon-Toii Ltirnilx ?a.C0.
LudlH S, $f Hweatera, 'A.M.
1 ih. finu htatlouury and CO on-
Vfdopes 2pe, '
KisNTSKit's via STOftB
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
AiPN'in '10 LOAN' I.oiik tUe
louifn on city or ucreaKo. Clark
Realty Co, . 170
WANTED 2 dozen white Leghorn
young hens, pure strain, room 2.
Itlalto building, 1211' E, Main St
SO' stylos of 7uo silks in oluiok, striped, figured,
tliht'coiuo in dress patterns or waist leiigfln.
.Speeially priced, yard , 49$$
Jifjtjiivli ehangeal;le JuffulaH. jriitii ciJiJC" jl
thlondinr combinations, blue and gold, 'black
anil red, light blue and pink, purple and brown;
sjjfMand $1,5() values 98
, . . ' 'Mi ineh Black Tal'fola, guaivinteed ,Varn dye1..-. , $1,50
, " 3(; ipeb Lining Hatin, all colors, yard !...;., ' $1U)0
Largo number of styles', rich and clingy silky,
suitable for street or ovunitig gownsall new
fall goods $1.25 values, Priced, ynrd 98
Somi Silks 'L'Iiubo arq. nic(dliiiii weight, Jrttflto
beautiful waists and dressesVuavy, brown,. lili'io,
rose, grey, jasper, red, liiyonclor, 00tj and ()5r$ val
ues, at x:',:; :.v ;5
Mm hi' f JU '-
The Long Store With the Short Priccp
l in L- -1 ' .
M. M. Department St
SuccoauorG to Mookora,
"For Goodl Goods17 . ;