MEDFORD MATE TRIBUNE, MEDPORD, OREGON, WEDNKHOAY, NOVEMHEtt G, 1012.
.J , ..iVM.
tffifflT. a&TIWLSOH-TJiLKS OF
w-wa'li Mure . i fT
AND EXPECTATIONS ,.,
K. ll'. Zimmerman, who owns the.
eld Crsne ranch, three miles south'
of Medford Is something of a grow
er ofl ho., which fnct will bo con-
elwsjvoly proven yhoa It Is tod that
on Monuny nc DrouRiitf to .vicuioru
70,.Mcad. the total weight of which
wa 17,57$ owndX Thfe he sold
at'7.tS per hundred, netting him
a neat Itttlo elenn-up of 51344. Uc-s
sides tjiesc, ho, still has 100 hogs at
noma which ue win -jnsihui nut-r.
Tor goodness ?ake, hayo.U. A.'
llolinra, tho Insurance man write
your Insurance. Ho knows how "
Jir. and; Mrs. C. Wllsori returned
to Trail Tuesday.
, An aWtlon day chicken pa lunch
and dinner wero served by tho Ladles
Ald .Society, of the Christian church
'ton Tuesday, In the Qeucl building.
tVapoIr batlis and scientific massage
$1.00 for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chlroproctor nnd nerve
specialist, 2,03 Garnott-Corcy nidg.
Thonc Howe 146.
q Nlnlngor of San Diego, Gal.. Is
visiting, rrjends In Sams Valley.
' Mrs. J. F. Hutchason and children
left Medford Tuesday evening for
Roseburg where they will spend the
winter. Mr. Hutchason being en
gaged Inline,, life insurance buslaes
-S. X, N'owcll. ladles' tailor, 4th
floor M. F. & H. Bldg. .
C. O. King, traveling salesman for
the Medford Wholesale Grocery com
pany, and C J. Eastman, salesman
for tlie Union Meat company, of this
cllyleft for Myrtle Creek and Inter
vening points Wednesday morning.
... Oak and hardwood $4.50 and $5.00
per cord, Gold Pay Realty Co.,
Sixth, and. Fir. .
T. ATiMyers, of Nevada, Mo., was
ln?Medford a couple of days this
week looking tho city over, with a
,vpje tot locating.
Glasses fitted without use of
drugs. . Dr. Rickert, over Keatner's.
Mrs. H. S. Xptter and daughter.
of Roseburg, are In, Medford visiting
Mrand Mre. F. T. .Miles.
omtng,. piggest nit or tne .year,
Inslde,, basbalj. 'Watch for big
game" between Boston and .New, York
a Medford Book; Store.
... EWW. , Carlton, of Table Rock,
cameln uesday evening to ge$ elec
tion" returns!" . , , .
Coinpfete. ilpe of Pearsall's Colum
bia tus'trone for. embroidering, at The
JUndicWstapp. .... , , 19,6
Mr., and Mrs. C. F. Smith who are
W4 tne .city rrom. jiorrisviirc. vt., are
pid;time acquaintances of Dr. F. C.
Pa'gij and C. A. Knight, and, it Js not
imprqpanie mat tney win locate acre,
v,.Oa-and.hardwood $4.50 and $5.00
pqr cord. Gold Ray. Realty, v Co.,
.tJlJth and. Fir. ,. . .
fir. andMrs. C. . Owen, of Chl
ca"gp,f arrived In. Medfpjd Wedpesday
and. w'llt remain here a few days.
.They ,,have acquaintances In thq city.
$20,60,0,0. or fraction thereof to
loan, on Improved country real es
tate ,at current rates. Carkin &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Bldg.,
"'vDantys designs in stamped upder-
aVfar, at,,The Handicraft Shop. 19C
.A, Ludwjgof Mlnneappl'i8, MJnn.,
.arrived In the $lly Wednesday and
will visit several of his Minneapolis
friends for a few days.
Dr. Rickert, eyesight specialist,
over Kenncr's. .J'q drops, used.
Try av Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
R. J. Lpckwood, Garnett-Corey Bldg.,
Phone Home 145.. '
Mrs, v&, A. Boyden and.Mra. C. W.
Boydek, Jslster and mother respec
tively of H. E. Boyd'en, of this city,
rcjurued to their home In , Sheffield.
.111.. JVedncsday morning after n two
'week's, visit with Mr. Hoyden and
Watches repaired. See Carl
Jescuke tho old reliable watch
maker In room 10, Palm building,
.opposite Nash Hotel. 27
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kerby loft
Wedpesday morning for Odessa, Kla
jnath .county, where Mr. Kerby will
be..en5ployed in the government for
Mr., and i.'rs. J. Stalder re
turned Tuesday evening from a
year's stay. In Lincoln, Neb. These
people own land up near tho Derby
post .office, this county, and will
probably agalu make their home on
feMKISTN', ,N.)J., Nv. .- That
pM)evejii)m lvujity nml jiceu
HnWics iiro inhO'rt' with the 'JStli
president uf the United SSlntcs wns
viimle itte evident nt the Wvodrow
Wilson liniiRrtlow enrly today.
Wliilo mlmirers or tho president
deet were rclebrntiiiK his sucees
far into tluv tuontiti, nnd while tlie
ncinbor vf ln family, enrly nstir,
were fiultcnnur about tho house in
nudijs.ed eestasy, the newly chos
en ehief. executive; wnsy peaeefull
"poumlimr liU eart" and even the
wild mvimni C 2,000 coIIcko htu-
dents, winch ctMiiiiuicd well on to
noon, were not sufficient to break his
slumbers. He was the last member
of lus family to nppoat for bronk
fnstf While, the joy-wild studenls
were pamdiiiR np nnd down Xjinhiu
street, shortly after midnight, and
r.?jrrao;in through chnin of bon
fires thnt illuminated tlie enlire vil
lase, Wilson announced that ho was
poius; to .bed, riuT. proposed to fIecj)
until ?ioon. llhadnot yet reroiveJ
the, tclejrmms o eongratulation Mint
hirti by President Tuft and Colonel
Kaodcvdt, nlthougli he. knew that
they had tfeen scut. Preyed for n
statement on the result of the elci?
tiou, hi said, before he retired: "If
I make any statement nt nil it will be
made Wednesday. ( These things nrc
too bis to discuss offhand tonight."'
To Take Brief Rest
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FOB WILSON BY
Governor Wilson had no plans for
the day, thoush it was the early ex
pectation that Chnirmnu McCombs
and gome of the campaign committee
from New York would visit him dur
inc the afternoon. The new chief
executive also has no definite plnn
for the immediate future, though it i
expected that, accompanied by Mrs
Wilson, he will go to some southern
resort for a rest.
He has indicated that he will con
tinue as governor of .New Jersey up
to the time of his innusunMion.' He
wants to serve through the next ses
sion, pf the legislature in. prder t
lead in the legislative, reforms stnit
cd under his administration, nnd hi
cannot afford to resign for fiunncitl
reasons. Faculty nnd students at
Princeton gave no evidence of Hear
ing the end oMhir celebration dn?ig
the early hours of the day.
Counting his undergraduate da.
Wilson has lived liere in cluc ean
nectiou with the university for twen-ty-wjven
years. Tho "University feels
as if it had a proprietory interest in
hhl, and epecuilly as his election
typified a victory over Yule nml
Harvard us represented by President
Tnft and Colonel Roowsvelt. The
feeling hero today is much the nmc
un though Princeton had beaten Yale
and Harvard combined in n football
T0U VELLE ELECTED
(Continued from Page One)
IN NEVADA CONTEST
HKOi Nuv., Nov. 0. Strugglim
retuniH trom outside preemetii on
the buiiuturinl fight between Mussoy,
rejuiblieuii and PiUmuii, democrut,
bhpw (hut Pittman i leading by about
200.' Both bides, however,' are tlahn-
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av fueas aan
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by some of the friends. of bis oppon
On the other Jiand Ashland and
the sputh; end of fhe county, were
strongly for M. Dunn. Ashland nnd
not the strength. hpwovcr to pull her
candidate through.. .
Dunn will receive less than 300
voteln the clfyr ofJUedford. In five
of the nine precincts with the vote
complete ho Jjad secured. v Just- 97
The following are a few results
by precincts:. Gold HHJ Dunn, 83;
Job Velle, jJJ; 'Eaglo Point. Dunn.
101; Ton Vclle 10S; North Jackson
ville, punp,,C3; Tou Velio, 52; South
Jacksonville, Dunn, 49; Tou Velio,
46; VVopdvillo. Dunn, 55; Tou Velio,
CI. Twenty-four precincts, out of
forty-fjyo glvo Dunn, 993; Tou Voile,
12.7$; with tho heavy Medford pre
cincts yet to hear from.
Judge E. E, Kelly has swept Into
the office of prosecuting attorney,
defeating Herbert Jlanna by a heavy
lead In this county estimated to be
In the neighborhood of 1000 or 1200.
j'p'fjephlnq, .county is against Kelly by
posslbjy J 50 votes, according to re
Clarenco L. Reames, for Joint rep
resentative has secured nearly a ?
to 1 yote in this county over C. E.
Whisler, He also .carried Roseburg
but lost Douglas county. His lead
here however will carry him through.
August D, Slngler defeated Wil
bur Jone for sheriff by 500 votes
He seemed strong In all sections.
Indications today point to the
election of G. A. Gardner, county
clerk, W. T. Grlevo, county assessor;
J. M. Cronemlllcr, treasurer; Fred L.
Colyig, recorder.,; Xud T.,W, Osgood,
In tho legislative fight the race
is very , close bfitwoeu Carkin, We-
tprltuid, Barkdull and DoArmond ana
It wll take a fll cpunt to decide the
Suffragist amendment, In 15 pro-
lclncts, yes, 633; Ng, 423. .
PORTLAND. Xo. 0. -Oi-egou has
.gone for Woridrow Wilson us far ,s
ran be judged from tho returns that
have so far come in this afternoon.
For the ul part lhc returns nrc
fnmi prerincLs in I'ortlaud, with only
n scattering few from the state out
side. . ,
Close behind Wilson presses the
bnll moose candidate, hut the signifi
cant faet to the figures i, that Wil
son's smnll plurality is steadily
maintained with each new set of re
turns and is slowly increasing. In
Portland President Taft was less
than 200 votes behind Roosevelt nnd
les than COO behind Wilson.
The indications however, are that
Wilson will carry the state by n plur
ality of from 1.000 to 5,000.
, Returns from outside of .Multno
mah 4ouuty nre almost iuvuriably in
Wilson's favor with Rooeclt gen
eially running a rather strong sec
ond. Ben Selling, republican, leads Seu
ator Bourne for the seuatorship by
03!) votes this afternoon nnd Bourne
in turn is only 232 votes ahead of
Dr. Lane, democrat, in returns from
79 precinct in Multnomah county
aud from 13 other counties- in the
.stnte. - . . . :h, , , .
Selling's vote as indicated in Ihe.-c
returns is oii'JO. Bourne has an even
3,000 votes nnd Lane is third with
L7o'8 'votes. A. K. Clark, progres
sive nominee is out of the race with
only 3!) votes.
Suffrage is runuhg behind in Iho
city of Portland but very incomplete
returns from the outside counties in
dicate that the women nrc in favor
there and that the measure will re
ceive good majorititts.
X. J. Sinnott of The Dalles was
chosen for congress by the new East
ern Oregon congressional district by
two to one.
FOR WILSON B,
1 5.000 PLURALITY
- ! !!
L 'LEAGUE .
TO OPEN APRIL 10
NEW YORK. Nov. fi, It was an
nounced hero this evening that tho
big leagues will open their 1913 sea
son April 10. nan Johnson will ar
range the American League sched
ule, while President Lynch, Secretary
Hoydlcr and Carney Dreyruss of tho
Pittsburg Rational League club prob-
wjll frame tho schedule for the older
TO WED DIPLOMATIST.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal Nov. 6.
That Wilson has carried California
by from 10,000 to 13,000 is Indi
cated by tho latest returns, nnd If"
the Roosevelt vote In tho south con
tinues to shrluk. there Is a barn poss
ibility that the democratic plurality
will be more than 15,000.
Chairman Davis of tho democratic
state committee Is strongly' of tho
same opinion and as he wan Inclined
on Tuesday night to claim tho state
by 20.000. even while Los Angeles'
showing was far bettor than It is to
day, his estimate Is considered con
servative. Definite figures are not
expected before tonight or tomorrow.
Tho surprisingly largo Wilson
vote In San Frauclsco, aided by tho
Wilson pluralities In San Diego and
Fresno counties, with a few of the
smaller counties not previously
counted upon bytbe democrats, were
responsible for "the turning down of
the Roosevelt -electors. Tho Taft I
followers, of course, were tho main
factor. They "plumped" for Wilson
all over the state.
LISTER LEADING IN ;
TACOMA, Wash., Nor. 6 With
Ernest Lister leading by a email mar
gin in tho city precincts, while Hodge
la coming well to tho front by the
country Vote, the fight for the gover
norship of Washington In Plerco
county Is yet In doubt. Hay Is
Tho ontlro county progressive tick
et nppcara to have been elected.
Progressive aro assured of ton
representatives and thrco senators In
the state legislature. Dr. N. Joll
dan Cronko. tho womnn caudldntu
for state representative from tho
37th district on tho progressiva tick
et, won by n largo majority.
Indications are that all tho con
stitutional amendments have carried
In tho county, those Initiative, refer
endum nnd recall having polled par
Tho port district of Tncomn, It Is
beliovod, 1iau been defeated.
TOU VELIi LEADS
At 3 p. m. lodny the count stoed:
Incomplete, North Central Medford
Ton Velio lt!.i
Kelly ....'. 1'IK
llunnn ; 2I1
Singlcr 1 14
Tou Velle : 123
Kelly I 120
SMITH TO LOSE JOB
IN FEDERAL SENATE
DKTROIT, Mich.. Nov. 0.- Tlie
News, .bull moose orgnn late today
predicted that United States Senator
Willinsi Alden Smith, would not he
re-elected bv the incoming legislature
which, white uncertain, was positive
ly not so strongly republican ns the
legislature nt' six vi'itrx ago.
Don't Overlook This
A Careful IVni-w.l Will Prove In
Value to i:cry Mall Tribune Header
CINCINNATI, Nov. C Accord
ing to a friund who was with hltn
when he recelvod the ulectlon re
turns at the homo of his brother,
Charles P. Taft, 'the president main
tained his good humor and broad
smllo even when it became apparent
that Wilson was going to sweep tho
"We've got to' fiud some comfort
in this," the president Is reportod to
have said. "I'll bo very glad to rldo
down Pennsylvania avenue with Gov
ernor Wilson. It wouldn't have been
so easy If things had bcon different,
1 but I would havo taken the ride Just
I tho same."
WISS THERESE E. ISELIN .
New yor aud Pittsburg society re
vived rjulto a surprise when tho an
louncoment was made that I1m TIib
;ee K. Islln, daughter of. Mr. Adrian
Ulin, Is to wed Jrwiu U. Lnugulln. ton
if the late Major George M. InughllD,
tt PJttsburs. Mr, Laugblln has. held
ererai poits In the diplomatic crvlce.
aelsit prexcut First .Secretnry of tlw
(Jultcd Btutes L'mbassy ut Porllu.
WILSON BY 10,000
OWAND KOmCS, a. C, Nov. 0.
That Wood row Wil' majority in
tho presidential rnco in North Da
kota will Imnbiiiit, 10,000 is indicated
by ax'tiiriis recuiyed Into today, 402
preciut'tK out of 1720 in. the tute or
a little more Hum one-fourth, giving
WiIhhii 0,701 to Tat't'H 7,200 and
WilsoiiH olcclioi) hus been coneuifod
by republican Htiito hoiuhpinrlerH.
The fight for governor u rotilnn) be
come more eoniplototoduy shown that
L. Ii. Haiinii, republican, uudF. O.
Hellstroiu, ilcnurui, are running
neck and peck, with V. D. Sweet,
progreifdivc, a or third. . .
Tho average man is a doubter, and
there Is iiltlo wonder that this Is so,
Misrepresentations tnako people skep
tics. Now-a-days tho public nslt for
better evidence than tho testimony of
strangers. Hero is proof which
should convlnco every Mall Tribune
Durfco, 32 N. Ilarttctt St.,
Ore., aays: "I was trou
bled by my kldnoys off and on for
years. If I caught a slight cold, it
always settled In them, causing my
back to become very lame, weak and
painful. List summer I was suffer
ing in that way and on n friend's
advice, I procured Uoan's Kidney
Pills. I found this remedy to bo
exactly as represented nnd In n few
days tho trouble loft me. I know
of many other persons who havo ob
tained benefit from Doan's Kidney
For sale by all dealers, Prlco GO
cents. Fostor-Mllbum Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo agents for tho United
Remember tho name I)oan' and
take no other.
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