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MEDFORD MAICi TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, ORKJOONf, VRmAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
ERJURY KILLS
E TRACK
NITIATiVE BILL
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JlilTSIliiSBfflfsilNS tai FOi! RTiO
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OFFICER
VHACIU.M12NTO, Oil., N'ov, 1.
Forgery, parjury nnd fmtid, have at
tho eleventh hour liccn revealod as
Important "elements In tho "securing
or ft blp initiatlv petition on behalf
of racetrack painldlng In California,
nnd the district attorney of Sacra
mento .county, tho Rranl Jury and
tho state .attorney general are to be
culled, Into action In tho case. The
measure now appears killed beyond
nil 'hope of the racetrack and nl
licdv Interest who are alleged to
hare spent inoro than $500,000 In
promotfag It thus far.
Had tho promoters not sent out
a circular letter to everyone Whoso
namo appeared on thotr petitions
the, fraud would never have been
discovered. It was only when the
foreman and a nows writer oh, tho
Sacramento Star, received theso let
ters and' the 4,000 signatures for
Sacramento county were gone over
In the office of Secretary of State
Honlan tliat tho forgery and other
frauds were revealed. Publications
of tho facts In the first case brought
In wholcsalo complaints from other
citizens who had been similarly noti
fied that their names were listed as
having petitioned for tfib racetrack
betting plan,
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'I BKWi TO TW1NKC Te MOMIr
TMtttP V. MOHUN
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NOW MR. MQMUN fytCS THE
rounds in his AUTbMoniLel
I'mm mii oHhiT In tin4 riiltril StiitV Nnw nt Hie "omlu mi of i luMitliluek it.iml U the record nf Moutcnnnt
Cdinm:itHlcr I'liUlp V, Motion, U S. N. rvtlrrd Anil in M'lii 'leu Uio crml lntltltu-lJ MtuitN the one time nnval
aillrtr now lia- In viulou- prl of Nvw Y.;K cll.v In- I uIj mi in mm Hil nnHt pnMciiiloiM sIhh shining parlor In tho
United itnic.-v l will uv In tin- new LomkiuIv Itiillilhi. In .Mv lorK l ijr-rt will w ti leieplione on eacli of tho
mitlmpuiy chairs, rugs m ilu itor," uplfnniii-il alli'i)il:iuts m.tl m,vn,n;i'r l lend in vmir other want.' while the
eiier&eiir workeix are putting a ItmMpg rI:x- shine mi vnur lumt
Mr Mi'tiim iiiiikt1 tlio bmuiN nf 111 nrloiis i-.i tv In tit- hlu miliimnlillc lie llvi's oii Ithvntldo Orlro
and feel (tint- lil liti-lnt-- I pilie u liiiHiritini I Hi.wi rnu uelshli.ii .lul now tip- nnvnl bootblack king It
.urpitlatliifr to open iHiDilit.lt-k stupd- ,)w hi in Ivinni :iiii.i t'lix. St l.tmK t'b'vW.tnd I'liirliuuitl. Iui1IshmK)IIs
.tiiil CliVao
It bus Wen cMluiHUil ili.it Hilruei; tiundml .utij- iv ttirji .hIjim" xliltinl. at ,nly iihi of iiN parlura each
da; ilt ivi ireut u khlue. wtiloli ntl.- $.'ai". liyiilii iH'l ( llu. If iliiil it ' ' '
AFFUC1:WDMNI
JAKEN TO riOSPIM
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, Chris Mllanovich and Gregory
Alexlch, two extensive growers and
shippers of. fmlt In tho Watsonvllle
district, we're in Medford a few days
ago .'looking over the fruit rfltuatlou
as It, presented Itself to them from
a growers' point of view.
T$e people are Slavonians and
'should they succeed la Interesting
themselves In; the frnlt Industry here
thejj will bring a small conoly of
their own countrymen who will
handle all of 'tho work in the or
chards and packing houses.
It Is said that in the Watsonvllle
district, a great majority of the fruit
business Is carried on by Slavonians,
who are said to be an Industrious,
hard working people, and they so
conduct the fruit business that there
is absolutely no waste all bruised
or inferior fruits being worked up
Into such food stuffs as are best
suited.
While hero Messrs. Mllanovich and
Alpxlch visited many of the orchards
of tho valloy among them being the
Bear creek orchard of 190 acres of
bearing trees. Ilere they met Mr.
Rosenberg1 the owner, and mado him
a poposltion to lease his orchard con
ditioned that water for irrigating
pprposes. be put on the land, and tho
proposition Is now under considera
tion. The Roguo River Canal com
pany's ditch, If extended and put
aprQss Hear creek, can be made to
supply this orchard with v.ater but
there is sonio question as to whether
enough acreago can bo secured to
warrant thp outlay of pioney re
quired to make tHe -extension.
WOMEN CANNOT PRACTICE
' UW IH ITALY SAYS COURT
. KOMH, Kov - 1. Women ciinnot
Ir(tC)iep lijw in Jnl.v, neeordin to
the decision Jieio of' the court of np
Jieultf, which Mifttitined tho verdict of
tho Ipwer Iribminl.
Tho cube aviw brought by Jlih Lu
briolu', u fcoeinlUt, who k l(uly'i i'iil
Komnn luwjer uml avIjo pleaded with
buccess in the court .
THE GREEK MINISTER
t OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
MR. LAMBROS COROMILAS
fWM T SOROPTN EWTIONOK THR
HEWAUO
MW MH)bFO Coromllus s tho Greek
WliikWr of Foreign Affairs. Upon his
shonir rteo; (,)) burden of tho
comjtyoiUeil foreign negotiations that
. i JiuL. Jfitmiteiu ..pcJtlifi
frs. J. T. Cudmoro was taken
from pasbcnger trrin Xo. 13 .oi;th
bound Friday morning, in a eriuu
condition, both physically and men
tally, and nf'cr tfepniisr nltntio:i
at the depot by Dr. Piekol she uu
taken to the Sacred Heart hospital.
where she is receiving every attention
which it is pot-Mble to be given.
Mr. Cudmore's husbnnd Ts with
her. the two having left their home
in Walla Walln. Wash., :t few days
ago for Ios Angeles. She was in
poor health when the trip was under
taken and was geinj: to los Angeles
in hopes that a change of climate
might prove beneficial. Sue became
worse, physically, as the journey
progressed and Friday morning net
cunditiqu became so bad thnf it wn
deemed expedient to leave the train
at Medford where medical attention
could he bad. Should her condition
improve her husband will continue
the trip with her to Los Angeles.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. With the
seven year army enlistment effective
today, army officers are watching
with interest to see whether it will
result in an increase or decrease
in enlistments. It is genorally believed-
by military experts here that
the new regulation will result In a
reduction. ,
The new measure provides that
everyone who enlists must obligate
blmuelf to servo four years of active
duty and three years of reserve duty.
After the four years are ended the
mon enlisted from thu date on will
be liable to a call, to arms In case of
"a declaration of war or the Im
minence of war."
Tho object of tho now measuro ie
to havo a big body of experienced
soldiers available In tho event of
war."
PRESIDENT TAET ,
OFF FOR FUNERAL
HUUiltADK, Nov. I. For tho
third tttiio thu Servian war oftlco Iiiih
ordgrod cmiHrrlpta to bo luvlml hero
today. Ah noon as tho men en 1 1 ml
are equipped, they will bo Immediate
ly tloHpatohod to tho luirltory now i
occupied hy Servians in Macedonia,
thorn to .ie I us a roworvo fotoe.
Throughout tho couqiioroit coun
try now occupied by Servians, tho
strength of the latter army Is aston
ishing tho natives and many, par-'
tlcularly tho Miissloiitnu Arnuuts, tiro '
luiHtonlng to swoar tholr allegiance
to King Potor of Ssorvla. I
Servian governors lutvo been i
placed In control of tho villages cap-!
lured from tho enemy.
KstnbllHhml 1878
Incorporated 1004
FRUIT
D. OROSSLEY & SONS
Oomminsion Morohants
()! Frmiklln Ht., Now York
Our Hpoolnlty
APPLES and PEARS
Wo hitvo our mvii Ikiiimoh In
NKW VIK MVKIH0j. LONDON A.NI C1I.AHGOW
Direct connlgninonls sollcltod or hoo our Itoguu "lllvor roprimontatlTO,
CHRIS GOTTLIEB , ModfOril, Orogon
Tho Harvard coiic'.io probably will
koep llolllster at end from now op.
as Froodly haw boon taken to thu
varsity squad from tho secoud team.
WASHINGTON! Nov I Ircnl-
FORKST OKOVE. Ore., Kqv. J.- J. i lc- TafL 8,ar,od for VttW YorU U,la
v ,. .... ... , ,, ,, . aftdrnoon en routo to t'tlca to nt-
rs. llotfmnii, editor of tho toret , ., . , , .. . ,
j tend the funeral of the late James
Grove Press and S. S. Dallas, onpi-; Schoqlcrarc Sherman, vlco president
tnlist, arc under nrreot here today of the United States. The presl-
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ucni iiiil'uus iu ruuiaiii in . i.nn
tonight, leaving for Utlca In the
morning.
After Sherman's funeral President
Taft will return to New York for a
final couferenco with his campaign
managers, going from there to Cln-
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for alleged violation of the corrupt
pmclices net in printing and circu
lating uu unsigned statement attack
ing H. O. StcYctibon, coipity judge
nnd cundidnte for re-plectiou op the
democratio ticket. Thu circular de
clares Stevenson together with the
county commissioners let n contract !c,nnal' to volc' U ,s oaMo t,int
for the construction of a road nnil!tho P1 w, UJ3CU8S Shermans
while the road was never completed, 8,lcccs80r nt tho 'Xcw York confo,r
warmnts were drawn in favor of the i ence'
contractor for $3173.88, or $837 in
excess1 of the contmct price.
CLAIMS EVERY STATE
FOR W00DR0W WILSON
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CHICAGO, Nov. 1. Thai he would i
not be .suri)ried if Woodrow Wilson, ' X
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PROHIBITIONIST
IN CONGRESS
O- A. Stillman, Prohibi
tion Candidate for Con
press in First District.
Ho stands for all that
is practical in progres
sive legislation,
HAWLEY, tho present incumbent, supported' Undo
Joe Cannon' and his -stand-pat. policies.
STILLMAN is a pronounced progressive. Neither
Neither BOB SMITH, democrat or CAMPBELL,
progressive, have any chance of election.
STILLMAN has effectively canvassed tho entire
district. lie has been endorsed by hundreds of
republicans and democrats as the best man for
the place. His motto is "Conscience and Intelli
gence in Politics."
Elect Stillman to Congross and Ho Will Do Things
for tho People--Will Ropresont This District, Not
"Tho Intorosts."
nJjm2J$3mJJ
democratic presidential nominee, car
ries every state in the union is the
statement iMied here today by Man
ager Davics, in charge of the western
democratic headquarters.
HARVEST HOME SALE
TO THE VOTERS
OF MEDFORD
Xo Justice of the I'ckcc, According
to Law, Shall Have a Partner to
practki) in Ills Court
SMALL, ESTAIE.p
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NEW VOIIK, Noy. 1. That Orlan
do Ilia'rinian, brother of the late E.
II. Harrimun, left an cstuto when lit
died, Februury l- 1012, appraised ii
only ij'2Kt,9()r, out of which wus de
ducted $i:i."i,UQ" for debts, leaving u
net total after other deductions ol
08,13-1, way made known here today.
Of the debts $103,400 represented
n loan duo the entutu of K. II. Hiirri
man. It was luitrued, howuver, dial
!;. II. Ilarriman net iibidu Soutlicrr
Pncifiu bond), for hi brother which
are now nlucd u( $170,151, and Hint
Orlando Hurriiiian hud the right U
dihosc of Iht'in in hifciwil). Tho en
tire estate of $2:18,888, will go to tin
widow, Mr. Hose irnrrinmn.
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HAS SIX CHILDREN
IN THIRTEEN MONTHS
FRANKLIN, Pa., Nov. 1. To give
liirth to nix children in a little more
than thirteen months In the record
of MrH. Sloven Nagatto ot Froncli
town, Crawford county, who today Id
nursing the latest arrivals tlireo
boys,
In Soptombar, 19U, Mrs. Nagatto
gave birth to triplet -two glrlB,nd
u boy and yeulurday Jhrpe mordiir'
rived, making fifteen children uha
I am a candidate on the democra
tic ticket for Justice of tho Peace,
for tho district of Medford.
Since tho time I becamo old
enough to vote I havo affiliated
with republicans, but at the last
primary election In this city, I was
without knowlcdgo or solicitation
whatover on my part, nominated as
candidate on tho democratic ticket.
Afterwards at tho solicitation of
many republicans apd democrats ot
Medford, I accepted tho nomination,
and am now a candldato for tho of
fico of Justice of the Peace, apd if
elected will exercise thp duties ot
that office according to the law and
to tho best of my ability.
I bellevo in fairness and that tho
laws of the state should bo uphold,
and by public officials as well as
by private citizens. And tho Jus-
tlco of tho Pcaco of Medford dis
trict has no more right to disregard
tho law of tho state pertaining to
his office, than lias any individual
to disregard tho law.
Tlio rodo of tlio Stale oT, Oregon
at paragraph ."7, among other
tilings provides that "no jUMtico of
the peaco or county Jinlgo or other
Judicial officer shall havo a partner
;ho hhall practice law or act un at
torney in (he court over uhlcli he
prehldcx."
O. O. Taylor, tho republican can
didate for this offlco Is tho junior
partner of Uip law firm of Carklp &
I'aylor of this city.
This provision of tho codo whci
orovldea that no Justice of tho peace
ihall have a partner who shall prac?
tlco law or act at attorney In hs
:ourt, is a law of tho people and
ihould bo olmorvod by the Justice of
he peace, as wull as any other law,
nit in spirit and letter as well.
If I um elected to tho office of
Justice of tho Peace, I prqmlse the
people of Medford district that 1
will conduct this offlco in accord
nice with tho law, and that I will
aot havo, nor will I permit any part
ner of mine, to appear in, as attor
ney, or o brln,g any suit or other
let I on, In ihy court, as bis leon doiio
n tno Justice Court ot this district
New Waists
Xet Yuist.,
$2.39
AT
"Women's
beautiful
styles, each
MANN'S
Silk Petticoats
iVtii-
$1.98
Messnlino Si lie
I'oat.s, $-1.00
krrndt', fiii'h
A Carnival of Bargains Saturday
NEW SUITS AND COATS
Women's Norfolk Cor
duroy Suits in all colore,
splendid $20 values.
$14.98
"Women's Cor d u r o v
Skirts, all colors and
sizes,; $8.00 values. Sale
$5,98
Children's heavy Win
ter Coats, sizes (J to !;
worth .$5.00. Sale price
tj)3.70
Women's heavy Winter
Coats, all new styles;
$12..j0 values. Sale price
$9.98
GLOVE SALE CONTINUED
"Women's Cape Cloves
in tan only; real $1.00
values. Sale price, a pair
69c
Women's heavy Cape
Cloves in Inn! with
hlaclc stitching; $2 val.
$1.39
Women's Cash in o r u
Cloves in all colors, lin
ed, all sizes. Sale price,
25c
Women's and chihfreu'a
Coif Cloves in all colors.
Sale price, a pair
25c
FREE--WM. ROGERS' GUARANTEED SILVERWARE-FRiJE
Blankets and Comforter Sale
Kobe Blankets, in new
styles, vvvy special, a
pair
$1.98
Good size grey " cotton
Blankets, very special, a
pair
48c
Wool Blankets, large
size, good $G.Q0 values,
Sale prjee, a pair
$4.98
Cotton Blankets,
size, in grey or
Specialru pair
large
white'
$1.19
Hosiery and Underwear Sale
("iood size Comforters,
$1,130 values, fijalc price,
each $ M
$1.19
1 ease large size Com
forters, good $2,00 grade
vnvn
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$1.98
Women's fleeced lined
Union Suits, in all sizes,
Special, a suit
69c
Women's fleeced lined
Union Suits, Wlhow
length sleeves. Special,
98c
Little Needs at Low Prices
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Mewien's
Talcum
''Powder,
a can
J&C
Clood
Paper
Pins,
a paper
-J(,yfii
,?c,
Good
Hair
3STo8,
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AVhite
.PJaited
ffpt,
a yard
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Woiiiou's'liiirson' Hose
real 20c , values. Sale
price, a pair
15c
Women's and children's
fleeced lined Vests and
Pants. Speeijil, each
25c
Women's and children's
Cashmere Hose. Special,
a pair
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Hoys' heavy Hose in all
sizes. Special, a pair
15c
Little Needs at Low Prices
Good
Safety
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a paper
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New
Biirrotjs
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