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rnnulnllon .IT. R. ronsua 1910 SSlOr
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Water sratem cMNMeteu. civlne rinet
aunply pure mountain water, and 17.3
mliea of streets fcnvcd.
Poslofflc recSpl or year endlnc
jvovemeer so, uii, snow increase or J'J
Banner -fruit elty In Oreiron Hortjo
Jtiver Bpitstonoerjr apples won sweep
stakes prise an.1 title of
"Apple KtBK of the World"
at tho Notional Annie Show, Spokane,
int. and a car of Newtown won
Klnl Irl tm 1JIO
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Vancouver, ii. v. .
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at Spokano National Apple Show won
by carload of Newtowna.
. Hojnie River peara brought hlicheat
prices In all markets of the world dur
Iwr the past six year
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WOLGAST SAID NOT
BY ORLEANS FANS
2sEY CHILEANS, La-. Nov. o. Al
though he dcfccrvctl no better than a
draw in his ten round battle here last
. fc ulstht with Joe ilantlot, it ws, eon
cccletl by all fipit followers today
that Champion Ad Wblsatt is not a
"Iihs been," nud that it will take a
Ions distance bout to settle the ques
tion of $uieriority between the two
lijjhtweijjhlk Wolpnbfs efforts Inst
night undeniably u ere the fiett he has
fchown binco he was stricken with
nppendicitits in Los Angeles a year
Thc hjort writers of New Orleans
ncwspajHTs declared the contest a
drfwf and this decision is said to
meet the approval of Referee VA
W Smith of Chicago.
Mnndot had the better of the long
Tnngo fighting but Wolgaht made him
look like a novice in the clinches.
Tn the third bout Wolgnst f ought
with old linie determination mid 'had
Jlandot all hut out. The champion
brought tho crowd to its feet by stag
gering Mnndot -with a fearful fenwhh
ti)the jaw. He followed up this ad
vantage by beating Joe about the
ring but was unable io connect with
tho flinching wallop. Mnndot was
iudittrcsB when he went to tho cor
ner. Tjio fourth round nlfo wits
Wolgabt'e, Tiut Mnndot evened up
mutters by making a whirlwind fin
ifch in tlie laht three rounds. Tho
tenth was the hottest three minutes
df fighting ever been in Now Orleans.
Mnndot Htnggercd Wolgust with
two stiff rights to the jaw but tho
champion lowered his head and came
in for more. Joe followed it up with
two mure to tho same place, and at
tho bell Wolgast wan hanging on.
BURNED HOTEL TO
ST, LOUIS. Nov, 5. Barbara
Arnold, un cteht-y ear-old nurso girl
hi the family ot Rev. William Wll
llniueuu, confeuRod borp today that
sho bet tiro to tho Berlin Hotel In'
tJiBLcltylnKt Friday night ,to 'creato
excitement.'' Two women and ouo
man perished In the tinmen, which
caused a property loss of hundreds
of thousands of dollars,
The girl declared that Bho also
tried to burn the Wludcrmoro Hotel
DEIS BACKED IN ARIZONA
COUNTY TO BEAT TAFT
DOUGLAS, ArU., -'oy. D.- Heavy
.voting featured tho early hours
throughout Cochise' county.; Doth
the' democrat) and jirogreMlvwi uro
claiming victory. The vote (n -this
section Is expected to be close,
Many bwts wero. mado that Debs,
socialist, would beat' Taft for third
.place In this city and county.
iNMHHue Vote in Pennsylvania
PITTSnURG. Ph., Nov. 5. Pcnn-
ulwuiitr H iWiililJ'iil. The wenlhc'r in
idwtl ttiwl mi iiinuciiBo oto ia being
ELECTION RETURNS TONIGHT.
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rniigeMonts tonight for w bullet inj? of oledion re
turns, a steronHuah lantern being installed ami a Screen
Greeted direetty opposite the office.
The United Press leased wire will remain open all
night or until suehnno as the result is no longer in doubt.
Trained news gatherers over the entire nation will furnish
results and they Swill promptly be displayed.
Full arrangements have been made tosecure the coun
ty returns as early as possible. In every preeinet the Mail
Tribune has made arrangements to get returns on import
ant offices as early as possible. Tn the larger precincts re
sults will be telephoned in as each 50 ballots is counted.
The Mail Tribune will
til the total count is in.
Please do not call the office asking for returns as the
line will be very busy. This does not refer to the outside
prerinefs .wbere, arrangements have been made with the
Mail Tribune for returns. The Nash and Medford Hotels
and n number ef: other places have made arrangements to
rct'eivc returns oyer the Postal and Western lnonjines.
PROBABLY BE T. R.'S
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov?, 5.--Eliminated
by the action of the b'.ate
convention which was dominated by
the progressives, President Tnft does
not apiwar on the California bailor
which voters will mark today, and
republicans must cither vote for tho
I Roosevelt-Johnson electors or" cast
their ballots for Woodrow Wilson,
the democratic! nominee. lu cas-j
there are pome, however, who insist
on casting a Taft vote, they can do
so only by writing in on the ballot
the names of the Taft electors nom
inated by a rump convention. Indi
cations favor Roosevelt nlthough WIN
son may carry the state by n sma'I
Second in importance to the presi
dential choice comes the constitution
al amendments and initiative and re
ferendum propositions. Probably the
two most imjiortant of tlie.-e arc the
measure which provides for free
textbooks for school children, and
that by which counties, cities, town,
districts and townships are empow
ered to make political sub-division to
rnifefrcventic for local-purposes and
to provido for collecting taxes for
such purposes by ordinance or reso
lution. Tho measure provides that
such ordinances or resolutions shall
be adopted by a majority votd at an
election held, on the question of.
establishing such a system of reve
nue. JOHNSON TO RETURN SOON
TO GET ON THE JOB AGAIN
SACRAMENTO, CaL, Nov. 5v
Governor Johnson Is expected to re
turn here not later than next Satur
day, according to Executive Secretary
Griffin hero today. Although no
word has been received from the
progressive candldato for vice presi
dent, he will probably leave tomor
row for homo.! (
Flaunting her beauty "boldly
Like her namesake of ear.y days,
Roxy Ann in wondrou beauty
Stands where till might guze.
Rut tho orchards creeping upwurd
Her one-time forests repluce
And mnr her natural beauty
Like rouge on a lovely fuce.
In tho trees that fringe her summit
Thro the evening's purple haze,
In fancy there stands in outline
Tho htagc-couch of early days.
Rut the day of (he Magct'onch is over
And her namesake long is dead;
And all ihut once was dear to her
Has been trampled 'neatli progress'
Tho Indians, who haunted her forests
Ifave lied at the white man's will,
And tho shut of the IitintMnan's rifle
lias become forover still.
The streams, led by her brooklets,
Huvo been robbed of their golden
And the pick and spado nud rocker
Arc been on their bank no more.
The trees of her beautiful forests
Huvo been rudely swept aside
Ry the orehurds which htuo replaced
With sure and rapid stride.'
So the Htnge eoaeh on her tuimmit
Is only u lilllo purl
Of the memories she has hoauled,
In thetlepths of her undent heart.
m TrlfeleiMU Giile.
Taft Men Vote for Wilson
RIVHRSIJDi;, Oal., Nov. C That
Talt republicans in Rivetsidu county
are geuorally voting for Wuodro'V
Wilson for president. Progressives
claim Unit Hviins, for congrosH, nil)
have 4,001) majority. Tho early vote
was exceptionally large, . mr
MEPFORti .MATK TttlTONR fttEDFOftP, OftTCaQST, TUESDAY, NOVEMJVRR B. 1012.
returns constantly un-
HORSE PLAGUE IN
TOPKICA, Kan.v Nov. 5. The
horo plague that caused the death
of more than 120,000 horses and an
actual lobs of more than $2,000,000
during August and Seutember has
disappeared as mysteriously as it
came. J. II. Mercer, state live stock
commissioner, has not hud a single
new ense of the disease reported to
him since a week ago Saturday. One
death was reported to him from
Clark county last week, but it was
that of a horse taken sick earlv- in
the previous week.
"The disease apparently has abso
lutely died out," Mercer said. "I
know of jxissibly 100 hordes that nrv
still sick from the dUeahc, lull they
arc j-ceocring. and probably will be
all right in a short time. I haven't
had n new case reiwrted for a week,
mid we are keeping pntty close tab
on the disease in every county that
reported it. We are watching for
new cases every day.
"There haven't been more than
five deaths of horses from tho plague
in the last ten days. I don't know,
and no one else knows, thq exact
cause of the disoasorAVolmvcn't
found n cure and we'do not know
how or why it came, or how or why
it went away nfler being in the state
Light Rain at Oakland
OAKLAND, CaL, Nov. .'. Over
hanging clouds nud a light Vain
marked election day here, and the
early vote was considerably lighter
than had been expected.
Interest, outsido of the presidential
campaign, is in the fight between
Congressman Know land and Mayor
J. Stitt'WiNon of Onklnnd. Know
laud is admitted to have the better
Election Clerk Drops Dead
BUFFALO. N. Y., Nov. ft Henry
Moest. 37 years of age, a republican
election clerk, dropped dead in a pol
ling booth when the polls opened here
A FfcysiciH'i Faith in
"Have uiw-d Krkmon'ii Alterative la
l'lJ1 ti ot tolxtsulnr Bland, of ths
neck, wltb exrrlleut results rrcry time,
in one cave It coat me J.VJ, for t! girl
irss put on It onlr until rlie could ar
range to be operated, and In a auort
tlmo an oiwritlon was not needed. I
suppose rour record are Jut aa tine ai
rou know rnr faith In It."
(Orlsloal of ttili pliTilriau's letter oil die.)
teaman Alterative U edtctlrc In otU
er forms, Itcad wtut Mrs. Can In nay..
.. . . Idaho Valla, Idaho.
'Oeotlement I hare Rained twentr-two
pouoda alnre lam Kebruarj and my hatir
la In iwrftct heullh. I have len altlnc
since vbe was horn to Mee bow I would
Ket alouit. I am now dolus; all in; nork,
bare been crcr since aha wan four weeks
old. and I am steadily irajrilnif, I do not
coukIi or ralw anythlriK ut all. I hellers
mr Iuiik trouble cured."
(Sorn AtOdarlt) JIU8. I. J. CAItVIX
Note Sirs, (larrln has aeren children.
IVkman'a Allerntlro ! effatlrn In (Iron.
ehltU, Asthma, Hay l'cter; Throat nud
I,n ii k Troubles, and In uphulldlni; the
ayatem. Does not nmlnln pnUona, opIali-K
or Iintilt-forrnInK driiKH. Atk for txwklet
tfllliiK of rceorerlc. nnd write to Kckhmn
laboratory, Philadelphia I 'a., for more ev.
denve. Tor aale by all lending driiKglata
tckman'a Alterative U eflectlrc In otb
"I know bo Is only 38," 8titl ono
young lady to another at a bocIuI
function, "but ho lookK llko no."
"Hotter Hay ho looka llko CO," ro-
pllcd the other.
Young men vho ubo I'AHIHIAN
Sago never groiv. bald because the
hair root Is supplied with plenty of
nature's own nourishment, which
means at ull times an abundance of
Young man, If your hair Ih thin
ning out; if that llttlo bald Hpot on
top lu beginning to spread, try I'AKI-
KIA.V Bago, It 1b guaranteed by
Charles Strang to stop falling hair,
baulflh daudriiff and mtlp Itch, or
money back. CO I'eutu at dculoru
MRS. CLEVELAND MAKES
,u ?,fr?.- 9Tcr Cjovcland. widow of Grovcr Cleveland, enttwblle President of
the United States, Is very busy these days making preparations Tor her welding
to Thomas Jes l'rcston, professor of archaeology nnd history of nrls at Wells
College. Aurora, X Y. Mr. Clevrlamt tins not yet set a date for the ceremony,
but It la Intimated by I friends that the day Is not far off.
DKNVKlt, C.., Ko. :,. -Willi
ideal weather iirjqwnh'ig thrutishout
ull Colorado, t ha biggest vol) m Ibo
history of the tnte is bcinr polled
today. The ballot are. extremely
cntnbcronie, containing l'2 propoii
tions bcidc-i (hr jircideulial electors,
legislative, stata and county candi-
WiNon nre leading in tho early vot
ing running on about even terms with
President Talt a Hor third. The
democratic managers claim lliu hIbIo
for Wilhou, and victory lr the Htntc
ticket, by 110.000. I'rogrrKsito lea
ders suv Iloorfovcli's plurality will
bo not lcfi, than ,0HD, while the
Taft inauriKcrs claim the tate fci
tlieir candidate by 8.0UH.
Result In Michlyan Doubtful
DETUOIT, Alteli., .. r.- fbe
election result in Michigmt t regit nl
cd today us doubtful. It w expected
that the vote on the -mfnigc issue
will be vcrv cUrtC.
Tho cstabllHhment of tho Union I
Stock Yard anJ tho plant of the t
nition .Meat Company at Portland t
was tho greatest jttrldo of progrows
for the farmer and KWiltiitloii-for the
citizen ever taken In Oregon. It
meant a Htablo market for llvo Htook
for tho fatnior and government In
spected incau for everybody.
Government Inspection of llvo
stock at tho Union Stock YanlH h
condiictgd under very rigid rules and
sometimes two per cent of tho ani
mals aro condemned upon arrival as
unfit for slniightcr. Carloads that
aro shipped out to packing hoimcs
all over the state bear the govern
ment approval, Tho slaughtering
at tho Union Meat Company's plant
Is under the perianal Inspection of
u dozen specialists, paid by Uncle
Ham, to see thatall diseased mid de
fective carcasses ' aro rejected and
sent to tho scrap heap.
The Union .MCat Company sends
out by cxprcs'nnd freight dully hun
dreds or droHsod hooves, sheep, lambs
and swlno to supply tho trade nil
over Oregon and It all bears tho gov
ernment bluo stamp of approval and
sanitary standards. Ho tho whole
state has been benefited by tho es
tablishment off this Industry, whoso
products ratiKq, from tho neat papor
box containing one pound of of
breakfast sausago to a train load of
frozon meats for'Alaska, or tho Phil
ippines. Tho Union Moat Company riant
at Kenton andUnll Its departments
Kivcs uiuinoyiaeui io uouui bi Hun
dred men nnd'Jfw'oinan. The ten
story bulldlngsjirlso from grounds
beautifully parked. Croat nnclos
uros fronting oSj tho water contain
herds or ilvo stock shipped lu by
rail. A tall sopara.tu building, con
tains tho laundfjcs, lockers nud his
tories who.ro txH tho oinploc tho
nud clmngo euihlug beforo and nf-
tor koIhk to work. Thorn Is a ro
workable system p lteenlutf u per-1
TO COLLEGE PROFESSOR
OSI-:m;il, Or., Kov. ,-.-llse-burg'
Sutertwt In tothtj's election
centers for tho inont prt in the pro
hibition ipiextinu, which ban agitated
the eitv lit nrinus times hince thu
muntctpalilx, utter oting Met, was
put into thu dry column in 11)08 by
the vote of the count v ax a whole.
Not more than casual interest is
jnnuifetcd in .the raqes between polit-
inn ciiiiiuoaicp. iiticiu coiii'vrii in
directed nhnoxt entirely over thu
iiliestiou of whether Itoseburg is tu
continue legally dry for two years
longer, or return to Hie old sywtem
of saloon license. This urstion will
bo decided tomorrow under the home
rule law', after the most bitter oliti
twl enmpaign ever waged lu tho h'n
lory or the city.
Dundee to Meet Conlcy
LOS ANOKLKS, fal., Nov. .". -Articles
of agrcoment for it twentj
round bout between Johnny Dund.'c
and Frutikie Conlev November 11), nt
I'-'J Miiuids, ate pi the haiidn of I'm
uioter MfC'nrov today.
to the Homes of .
(ert record of every animal from the
tlmo It cntcrm tho plant until 1U Mu
nl IiihiiccIIoii of the glainbi. If (Hero
Is any constitutional defect 11 ap
pear lu the head and throat. Pass
ing this test, tho enrrans goes to the
viscera Inspectors who examine thu
animal for Inlerunl ovldcncu of dis
ease. Any question arising, tho ani
mal Is Immediately taken out of the
hands of tho. employes and shunted
Into tho headquarters. Thin Is an
oncloscd space entirely under the
control of tho federal officials nud
thcrctho scientific- tents nro applied
.Most of the animals sunt In there go
to tho grease and fertilizer tanks.
After being approved tho carcasses
go to thu cooling rooms where nt n
temperature of 30 degrcos they re
main about two days before being
wrapped in papor and sacked for ex
press shipments, or cut up for the'
various packing prot esses,
This Is ono of th most remark
able manufacturing plants lu thu
world. Not only all varieties of
meat fond products aro finished bore,
but ull waste and by-products aro
mado ready for uso In cimmerco
nnd aggrlculture. Hones, horns,
hoofs, hair, blood, sinews nnd offal
nro scientifically utilized. Meats
arc pickled, smoked, cooked, chopped
and packed lu every conceivable
manner. Tho smoking of hams,
beef, bacon and. sausage' Im done lu
real smnkd houses with oak wood.
Tho Union Meat Company plant
k'eops an open hotiuo. All visitors
nro shown through tho whole ustnb
ligament. This year about 7,000
carloads of finished product go out
to tho marked! of tho world. Puy
iooIb uro half a mlllloy a year, In
May a train load of 100,000 pounds
won't $50,000, wont out lu ono day.
i is Oregon's greatest single Indus
trial cntorpilHo and most vitally af
fecting tho poCkolbookn mid of HtHI
greater Importance protecting the
health of tho cpppnuulty,
ROSEBURG VOTES ON
If youriou'l Ht'o thu
book in tho window
you want conic in
nnd ask for it.
VK HANDLK ALL
and moot nil rut or club rates
which aro advcrtlsud or of
fered by any company, Ilo-Bldr-a
wo give you n special
service which you do not get
It you send direct to publish
AT AKIIKANO NATATOltlUM
Hand music Tuesday, Thursday and
GO acres, sis miles from Mod ford,
good traded road crone tho tract,
all frco toll, At $G0 per aero. flOOO
will handle, easy terms on bnlanco.
Part In creek bottom land, suitable
for alfalfa. Savors! springs on the
placo. Tlmbor enough to pay for tho
tract No buildings. In tho Orlftlo
W. T. York & Co
Clark ft Wright
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Public Land Matter: Final Proof.
Desert Lands, Contest and Minim
PINE TEETH MAKE A
but shapeless, tinoven, or hlackOnod
teeth spoil tho ptottlest features.
Ilvury girl should take thu greatest
earo of hor U'olh thoy will bo pnrt
of hor bounty equipment when alio
grows to hti a woman. Wo mako a
specialty of "trulnlng tho teothV
from childhood up, and also do every
kind or Doutal work In a superior
mannor, but at very reasonable
Ovor DanlolH for Duds, Paelflo
Phono WiS, Home Phono 3&2-K
Steam and Hot Water
All Work Ouarantwa
' Prices ItousonabU
OOFFEEN k PRICE
18 xowura aioek, Xntraaos oa eta Nt.
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IVIP' iMHisssBP '9lslssH
IV sf' i r
"J'KU "- af; f i
AIAVAVM A,(MO HIIOW
'Ibo Hcmi Vcnlllalctl TheuU'i' In Town
TONKIIIT ANH TOMOHHOW
TIIK 1,0 VA LTV OK HVLVIA
With Mr. CoMtollu tho VIlaKinpli'tl
star player. The atory of ;a
AN UNSICIIN KNIiMV
Ono of tho pictures (tint uinko. a hit
. nnoNciio iui.lv oiitvitti:i
With Mr. (I. M. Anderson In liU
world famous role. In it fea
ture western drama
MM'KUl Ol'T OI-' WCDMM'K
Unit of PathuV Kamoits Comedy
ADMISSION n AM" UU;
Perfect ventilation and comfort
Splendid Program Today
A Dig Two Heel Sotisullou
Scott's Immortal tale, a rattling
good story of Scotch smiiRKlers, k)'I
Hies, a lost heir nud charming wo
man. tiii: i'i:.v.irv:'
A Tremendous Western Photoplay
Portrayed by tho famous Ulsnu
'Tin: corro.s inoustuy"
Another ot our liircsllukwL"dircn
1 ' tlonal Films i '
"iti.'t'NioN vi:i:k in i:li town"
AL HATIILIt lu Now Song
ADMISSION. Dc AND 10c
Host Music In tho City.
ICIugN In iMIe," a master film, deal
ing with tho Krcncti revolution, lu
two reols. Nnvombur 8 and 0,
Vaudeville and Photoplays
IIOSTWICK AMI HANIIOLPII
Ilig comedy act entitled
"TIIK OIIOIIUS (JIHL and tiii:
IN TIIK NOHTII U'OOOS
fitseluatlug Illogrnidi prodiiullou
of tho Northland
Hero'u a Thriller:
(;OHONKTS ANI JIIJAIUS
A Vltagrnph story of unusual Inter
est (IKK, MV PA.NTfil
I'utho IVOO'foot eomudy, and ovory
foot of It a bummer,
WK WILL MAIL YOU ft
for each sot of old Falno Tooth sent
us. Illghost prices paid for old Hold,
Sllvor, old Watches, Drokoa Jewelry
and Proclous Stones,
Monoy Sont by Hoturn Mall,
Pblla. Hmeltlng U Ittvflnlng Company
Kotnhllshod 20 Years
808 CliCNtuut St., Philadelphia, Pa,
Wo will buy your Gold Flllngi,
Gold Scrap, nnd Platinum. Highest
Wo carry a very cotnnloto Una of
nnuierlos. larii otirtiiliiH, flvliiros, ola,
und ilo nil uliiHsiiw of ujiliolMtorliiK. A
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OXnlllSlVO V and Will ulv JIM ir.md
mu vvu un m iiunniuio IO
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thu lui'KOMt of I leu,
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