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TrETnrottT matl tribune, medfokd, Oregon, saturbay, nqvismbkr n, ima.
OF OUR TIMES
Tlint ill is general itm in n sporinl
ftubjcct, of prophecy wni the tlimne.
oC tho permon pranrliMl nt tho Iwll
Inbl awning. Christ ftcvewly relinks
tho .Tows -Won nsfc, vlth nil their pwt
fcHnion mat otitwnttl h'mw of pietv
mid tlicir nullity to rend tho sky mid
predict fnir or 'foul wonllieY, lhe,y litl
not nnuerslnmr tho nroniipeics or
Bijjns of tho limefc, Afnt. lnrt-.l.
Nenr (he cloo of dirkl's ministry
ho wepl over .TertiMitem ltfrmisn oC
tiic lileRningH that might have heon
theirs liml they "-known" him, hut he
ennso tHcy ''knew not tho time of
their viHitntion" thoir city would he
destroyed, l.uko l!):4l-M.
Tho Jewish nation rejected the He
deeraer, crueifiedhitn, passed through
the nwfnl .siegd of Jerusalem, nud
were senttored nmonjr nil nations he
cnuso they were not noQiininled with
tho prophecios thai foretold "the
tiino of their vWtntion."
Christ's rent propheey recorded in
tho mth elinpter ot .Mntlhcw was
given in answer to the disciples tine
tion; "What shall ho the sis;n of tho
eominj and of the end of the world?"
instead of reunfcinc: them Christ gave
them the desired information. ITe
told them that oiiq sign would ho th5
increase of earthquake.-. Tho spea
ker sive HtalUtioK showing their rap
id increase driring the last few years.
It is not possible to know the day
or the' hour or Set a definite time for
the event (o take place but we can
know when it is near and he anions
those who will he found wntehinjf.
Tho snbjcel for Sunday evening is,
"Tho Outcome of thtr Struggle Be
tween Capital and Labor as Foreiold
in Propheey." ,
EMBASSADOR BRYCE TO RESIGN 4ND
DEVOTE HUT :LF TO LITERATURE
HOWARD C. VAN MEIER
TO WIN 15 YEAR
DunurtlnR from his usual custom,
IM Knot, raconteur, mmwitoont-town
and tilenutnl candhlnte for mayor.
Htated today that ho would not make
tho race this your us usual.
"You seo It la this way," sltitoa
Mr. Uoot. "I riUHko to follow too
closely the lead of others. I there
fore nlnqt decline to do an so many
of my friends ate doing. I nhnllm1
lio a candidate.
"I will add thoiiith. cohMuucd
Mr. Itoot, "that I expect to luUuyti
although I am not a randldnte. It
Is really u very simple matter. 1
nliall find two men, Is poaalble, to
whom I will promise, I lie job of chief
of police nud tiuiicrlutcudent of
streets. These men will write my
name In, as I shall do myself. This
will rIvo mo three otcn, clear ma
jority as every other rltlten will he
voting for himself It they continue
to come out for mayor.
"''he only plnce I am apt to fall
down Is In tlmllni; two cltlxens who
are not candidates for the placo."
.o a 'iJTJU'rjV'yH if JK. -flffr -I a I - ' ZjjJS
i s " sv uTwamrAVtiTm .k . rv m ss
BMm "CH 9HS2MBt - .m
Mr. James Uryce. the ttrltlsh At!iUulor to the I'uttcd State since UH17,
has re'.Iaui'it. UN rvdiniallon conies nt a tliiu when iIih t'nltiil Stales and
tJrvat l'.-liain are cmlurked mi ricircatc ll,Ioiii.iili- iih.iii pwiIIdk AiiiciI
loan policy of prupvilu Aincricau coast ivl-v II ihb fmio I'aii.iuutit.'aual tulla.
.Mr ISr.M-f. vhg U.imI.i ,i!i tl m deotf titiiioelf lo l.iu.iui.t, ullf b" Kct'tliU by
Sir ectl VrtUUV Sprms lttcc. now MIuUut ut MihLUhiui
Howard C. Van Meter, who Is
well known In Med ford, where ho
frequently lectured, a prominent
Christian Science practionor and
chairman of tho committee on publi
cation of the church for Oregon, died
suddenly at his home of heart dis
Mr. Van Meter was 1orn In Madi
son, Wis., and as a young man took
up railroad -work. He later moved to
St, Paul, Minn., and there worked
for tho St. Paul, Chicago & North
western railroad. Ho advanced rap
Idly and was chief train dispatcher
before he left the service.
Six years ago Mr. Van 3Icter pave
up railroad work and took up the,
study of Christian Science. He do
voted his entire timo to this study,
and soon became quite prominent
both as a practitioner and in the
church work. Four years ago Mr.
Van Meter camo to Portland, and
opened an offlco In tho Beck build
ing. He built up a large practice and
was known throughout the state, as
well as In Portland.
Funeral arrangements have not
Dr. E. P. Geary was called In to
see Mr. Van Meter on November S,
and found him suffering from very
sovero pains in the chest. The doc
tor said today that it was undoubted
ly angina pectoris, from which Mr.
Van Meter had suffered before. A
day or two later Mr. Van Meter tele
phoned Or. Geary that he was much
better. Dr, Geary accordingly did
not call again. He was greatly sur
prised today to learn ot Mr. Van
Meter's sudden death.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 16. Secre
tary of the Treasury MacVeagh an
nounced toda that Carmt Thompson,
president Tafts secretary, would be
come treasurer of the United States
next Tuesday, succeeding Lee Mc
GUN MEN SHIFT MURDER
BLAME ON TWO INFORMERS
NEW YORK, Nov. IC Tho case
for the defense In the trial of the
four gunmen accused of killing Her-,
roan Rosenthal, the gambler, was
completed today. Nearly a dozen
witnesses testified In support ot the'
gunmen's claims that the two In-,
formers, Vallon and Webber, and an
unidentified stranger fired the fatal
shots at tho gambler, and that three
gunmen were only Innocent specta
tors, and tho fourth, "Dago Frank,"
was not there at all. None of the
witnesses called was able to identify
the four gunmen as among those
who Ehot Rosenthal, and all testlt
fled to one ot tho murderers being n
bald-headed stranger unknown to
WASHINGTON, Novo. lG.Sena
tor Isldor Rnyner of Maryland ser
iously ill at his apartments hero from
neuritis, is slightly improved today.
Ho slept well throughout tho night.
Owing to the precarious condition
of Rnyner tlie Immediate members of
hl3 fanilly were summoned to the
MARTIAL LAW AGAIN
CIIARLESTOWN, W. Vn., Nov. 10.
Martial law was nguin proclaimed
in the eonl fields todity by Governor
Glasscock, Soldiers were hunt to
Cubiu Creek to escort strikebreaker);
to work in tho mine.
The strike in tho Knunwnli district
wns called seernl months ngo, nnd
Governor Glasscock scut state troops
there onco beforo to reMoro order.
Medford Real Estate
& Employment Agency
240 acre stock ranch, 5 room box
house, barn and other out buildings,
40 acres in cultivation, plenty good
water, no better propositions. In tho
valley, will sell for a very low price
or will trade for good city proper
ty. Investigate this.
110 acres In Sams Valley to trade
for city property, Improved or unim
1C0 acres of sticky, TV miles
out, largo house and barn, uiall
family orchard. ?175 per acre.
C5 acres ot alfalfa, on Pacific
Highway, 7 'room houso and 3 barns,
pumping plant, small joting orchard,
can sell for. a short time nt3CG per
If you are looking for a small
tract, come und see us we have uonio
we can sell at a very low price and
on very easy terms.
Come and list your' vacant houses
Girls and women for general houso
work in and out pf city.
Man to shovel gravel.
MRS. EMMA BITTNEE
Phone Home It
Pppo<o Nash Hotel
HOOMK fl ami 7. PALM 1U.OGTC.
HAT little girl ot yours
she'll soon be having
her hair ''done up," and
too, she will be outgrowing
her chUdlsh ways and you
haven't had her picture taken
sinco sho was In long dresses.
You don't exactlj want to keep
her as she Is but you do wnnt
to keop the memory.
There's a photographer In your
$3.fi0 and $(.00
$7.00 and $7.00
Coats . $4.9S
$S.i50 and $9.50
',1 Coats ...,$5,118
,? $10 and $11.50 ;
r !,... srr ax.
v ujiia p t
une lor ot urn
divufs Coatsj val
ues t $10.00.
Make sure your
the speed shells
In J&mLogtQii'tMt Arrow
Shells, the steel lining puts
all the force of the explosion behind the shot.
Thatmile-a-minute"on-comer" can't beat out the
pattern driven by a steel gripped charge.
And with Eastern Factory Loading, uni
formity of speed and pattern is assured in
each and every shell.
Shoot JmingMl'MC Arrow and Nitro Club Steel
Lined Eastern Factory Loaded Shells for speed
plus pattern in any make of shotgun.
Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway New York City
H. C Mackey
Mil In and ntni" Mcwont.
W V 4T 4T
LOT 'CLOSE IN
200 Feet From
"Water and Sewer in
MEDFORD REALTY AND
M. P. & ST. Co. Blflff.
Everything you need for the table in
STERLING SILVER AND THE BEST SILVER PLATED WARE
If Business Is Dull
And Make It Better
Advertising is the foundation slono of the modern sw-cessfiil store. It lias crealed tho Wmuminnkurs,
the Marshall Fields and nil the other retail merchant princes of our era.
' You will notice that the big city merchant keeps at it every day iiHho year that is the reason of
his success.,.! . - ' . ' ,
ITe lias something to sell sonic store news worth imparling io tlie public, some bargain to offer
or some one thing to interest' und. attract purchasers.
lie makes his name atbic oflfousdhold conversation. Jlis store news is read as. eagerly as any
other news. , His store is throngdd with buyers all seasons. . '
lie docs it by advertising -not onco a week or twice a week biitevcry day.
Tlic Mail Tribune reaches practically ovcry homo in Medford and surrounding territory. If you
are in business and want customers, use its columns and increase yomCbusinoHs. If you aro a con
sumer, read its advertising columns and find out where to trade. ' .' . ' , 4,
JT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN
The Mail Tribune
ALL THE TIME
MARTIN J. REDDY
Near Poat Office
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