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MEDFOKD MAIL TRTBUN.TD, MEPFORD. OKEOON, FRIDAY, NOVKM1TRK 22, 1012.
HOW THE BUTTLE SHIP PENNSYLVANIA WILL LOOK WHEN COMPLETED
llnlvClty. A hill Hiotim uml oirhoH
(ra In (lie innrulilK. (loud congrcun
llnuiil hiiigliitf, '
At 7::tll p. m.. Ilui milijdt'l of I lie
Hciinoii will ho "Tho limit Thing In
tho Kltnciith Chapter of iMmkN (lo
nd." Full ilimiiH mill nivlienlni will
MAY END SOON
IN GAME LAWS
At nil informal conforonfto between
local spojtmcn and Master Came
Warden rllilcj Thnrtda. the follow
ing rccoin)nendnltona wore wade by
nicmhiTK ol tluj rod and gun club
and ltoRtie rlvor tlun protection as-socl-ftlor.
for changes In the game
tClnhtd M'.nson for trout fishing In
tho Uopuo river and trlttutarlcs from
Nov. 1 or Pec. I to Aiuil 1 or May 1.
Quail season to remain as at pres
ent. Opau Dovo season from August" 15
to September 15.
Two wcci;n open season for
Open season on deer from Aug. IB
or September 1, to Nov. lfi or Dec. 1.
Two deer limit, with restrictions oft
Silver gray squirrel open sensou
from July 1 to Nov. 1.
in tho evening. Mr. Flnley de
livered an Instructive lecture at the
Natatorlum upon tho work of the
fish and game association, Illus
trated by photos showing tho re
moval of elkB from Jackson Hole, lu
Ycllowstono park to Wallowa ganio
reserve, and of game birds and water
fowls In the Klamath gamu preserve.
OF SOLDIER'S HOME
LOS ANGELES. Call, Nov. 22.
Kdward L. Grafton, magazine pub
lisher, testified today before tho sen
atorial commltteo that is probing
conditions at the National Soldiers'
Home atSawtelle, citing observations
hd made during visit to the instltu
ton, Grafton declared that some of
tho food he had seen on tables there
was not of Uie "best, and that, the
beds in the barracks did not appear
clean. He further declared that the
veterans appeared loath to make
Charles Hamilton, a Spanish war
veteran, testified that he had been
treated In the Home hospital, and
-that he had deemed It necessary to
leave To obtain treatment elsewhere.
He also commented on the disinclina
tion of the veterans to make com
plaints, fear of the officials, he de
clared 1clng the cause.
Western npple-growers probably
wlfl bo brought In harmony with
thoso of the middle west and onHt on
tho subject of n standard box as a
result or n resolution adopted by the
Horticultural society at Portland
Thursday. Tho fight of years which
has dofoatell thf numerous bills in
troduced In Congress on this sub
ject, Is giving way to peaceful ad
justments, and the Oregon growers
yesterday voted for n measure which
Is understood 'to bo acceptable
throughout the nation with rare ex
ceptions. C. K. Whlslec, of Mod ford, rend a
paper on "Standardizing of Grade.
Paol and Packages of Apples,"
which brought out tho fact that a
harmony movement Is on all over
tho country, to end the apple box
war. Conferences have been held.
and out of these have grown mutual
concessions and proposals, until nil
Intertsts are apparently a unit on the
form of bill presented by Mr. Whls-
ler to tho state society. With
minor amendment offered by C. A
Malbocuf, the measure w 111 be adopt
ed by the state society this afternoon,
and a committee named to tako It
up with all other bodies of a simi
lar kind, who are understood to
favor tho measure.
In the draft of the bill prepared by
the compromise committees which
THE. PENN3VLVWIA. TO &C THE. lARaeST.WAKSHIP-FLOYr,
The design ot tho now battle ship Pennsylvania, which will bo tho largest war ship a Hunt, Is rapidly Inking
rorm aud Naval Constructor It II. ltolilnsoii, wtw Is designing her from keel to tiro control top, bsu promised to
havo the drslgni completed to tho smallest detail on apocltled time.
The battle ships Arkansas nnd Wyoming, the big attractions nt tho naval review nt New York, If placed
alongside the completed Pennsylvania would loots very uull, Tho Pcnuylnui.i would extend twenty fcot bu
reau Cimer Ot luem iwm lore uuu tuu . , ,. .(
l III IIIO HtU'VlCl'. MlHH IIIIIH'O
will slug. "Tho Savior' t'oininiintl."
li P'rincn i tilpniiill. Olil gtix'l
Mil g li I ho ctHiyi'i.'gulloii. All uro
weli'i uml In iIichi) jioi'N St'iN mill
iin'iinilv ilti! 'ImniTm hi tin1 pity.
SenU ti'V fiee.
Kf.orlM have bumi iiiirconnful In re
organ .Iik tho ttlilp Henlern' mid
CU-ni ' union of Hun Fiiuirlncn,
4t -,AWv I
havo been bringing east and west to
gether, as It vus reported to the so-
clly today. It Is prdtldcd that "Tie
standard apple bo shnll be 10 ".4
Inches deep, 1 1 V Inches wide nnd
IS inches long, inside measurement,
representing as nearly as possible
3173.5 cubic Inches. If any other
box Is u soil. It liuu.t havo stamped
clearly on It "Short Ho." All boxes
shall bear tho number of apples
packed therein, tho name ot. tho
n person, company oi association pack
ing, wuii district wnero grown. A
reasonably uniform she of tipples Is
required to be packed In boxes. A
penalty of SI a box is provided for
any person offering apples for sale
not In conformity with tho provisions
ot tho act. which Is mndo an amend
mcut to tho pure food and drugs
VANCOUVER, ll. C, Nov. 22.
Earth tremors ot some soverlty were
felt throughout tho city yesterday nt
ternoon and for n considerable tliuo
thereafter tho newspaper offices
woro besieged with requests for In
formation regarding the unwonted
occurrence. As tho city does not
possess a seismograph tho extent unit
direction of tho tremors could bo as
certained. They were fell over ft
considerable area, however, slrelch
lag from tho banks of the Frnser
river to tho north arm of Hurnul In
let, lu noiuo homes articles fell
from tho wttltti mid otliois standing
ii tables were moved an Inch or
two. No damage, however, has been
Tho fli-Ht tiomor wns felt
4:i!0 p. in. ami the second and
vigorous about 4:15 p. lit.
I'rcncliiug lu tliu morning nt tl by
Hie pnvtor. Sullied. "Our t'miu
try'ti Opportunity for Christ." The
annual offering for home mUsion
will be tnkcu in Hie morning mitt
evening. Let eneli one gio tin hefole
Uml lie )urHsctli in Ills heart u
Hiniil; offering. In the mmiiing the
quartette will .iiig "lie Is Wnteliing
Over Nmel" from .MeiiileNMolin'n
Elijnli. Mrs. George AmhVwA t
sing, "Tlie-e Are Tliev"' from (ImilV
,, ..... .1.! I. I.
HllliiiiHiu'ss mill l.timliiigo Ynulli
Wlii'tiNSiilpbiiitn ICnit'M S)Nti'in
C. M ( Htnwnrl Hitlpliur Co ,
71 Colutnblii IU, Heiittlo.
Ueutleiuen: I am 7Ti jeura old,
mid for tho Inst ten yoiitH linvo bboii
lu poor health. I luno been trou
bled with biliousness, lumbago, mid
it general rundown h stein. I heard
or Sulphurro first through a frluud
I procured some of the now medi
cine at a drugstore about throe
mouths ago, mid look It for two
montliM, regularly, I tako It occa
sionally now- but nut regularly. I
do not need It, s I luivw no morn
lumbago, no more bilious trouble,
and my health Is good. I mn feel
ing flue, and will always keep n
bottle ot Hulphurro In the cupboard.
I hope Hulphurro will become so
widely known thru It will make
good health catching.
(Signed) JAMKS HULL.
I, Sir. Alki Ave,
Hulphurro nt drugstores. Hollies
50 cents and St 00.
CANADIAN SPUDS GET
LAND SHOW PREMIUM
PORTLAND, Nov. 22. A lo.t 1
friendn of Asalifl .Smith of Cnnudu,
the "world's potato king" arc today
cahhing $70,000 in hot-, that he would
win iu the potato exhibit nt the Pa
cific North West Lund Product
Show. The blue ribbon was placed
across his exhibit today despite the
fact that another Smith, up Amer
ican swore that ho would beat opt the
Laiindiau with the display trout Un
cle Snm!ts ilomaiu. The i Cainuliyn
Smjth at once telegraphed the new
of hiB big victory home, and it i
paj'day for liis baekern today.
. Welcome to Tolo!
"CLEVELAND. Ohio, Nov. 22. Ac
cording to tho porters and cpnd ac
tor of the Luke Shore's New York-
Chicago limited, Sam Srhepps
"Jlndgio" WcMkt, Harry Vnllmi and
Jaqk lloso, wittieftsen iu thy Rosen
thal murder ease, nassed tlirouirh
Clevcluinl today. TJiey were all hound
for the west.
RENO. Nov., Nov. 22. Complete
official returns from tho icceiit nn
ideatial election in Nevada give Wil
son 7,980; Roosevelt fi,fi0.1 ; Tiift
There Will Be Some
thing Doing From Now
Ckuscs DizluesH, Neriousiui.s, KKk
.'MJ-o-liii Htoiiiiuli TabletM HhiiIhIi all
Mlery, (ins ami Sourness
You know that most of the ull
meilts named above come from an
out of order stomach; of course you
ff your food doesu't dlgett, but
lays, hoavlly on your stomuch, it has
sturtod to fcruieut,
'3hen formentB it sets loose In
tHeBtoniach poIsonoiiB gases which
Irritate tho great nerve that leads
directly to the brain from the atom-
ht Irritation causes heartburn,
illzxHiw; nlshtsw cats' nervousness.
Ml-O-NA will end all stomach nils-
,ry?er money hack, A largo box
noL only fiO cents and Is sold by
&W. atrNK '(- lniKt!8t ovory-
Every Lady Who Buys a
Tailored Suit Gets a Present
of $5 in Gold For Every
Cloak $2 in Silver For Every
Dress $1 in Silver For Every
Child's Cloak $1 in Silver
No strings to this offer it goes as it reads. What we want to do is to turn some
of this immense stock into cash. Our prices are by far the lowest in the city, qual
ity considered, and our assortment is larger than that of all the other stores combined.
! Our styles are the newest from New York City. The materials are only all wool or
I silk and wool cloths and we guarantee every garment we sell
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Here Are a Few Other Extra Specials Which Shows
How Cheap Goods Are at This Store
Ladies' $2.50 nnd $3.00 Sweaters $1.59
2 2 heavy Outing Flannel V'j.r
$1.25 Kid Gloves, all colors , 98
X'jyc Fine Dress Ginghams .' 911
SO yards Standard Calico for ,...39
Children's 75e .Outing Gowns 50
&1.25 lieavy'TaKe Linen.,.. 98
fiOe worth Writing Paper and Rnvolopus : '...: 29$ t
$1.25 and $1.50 DrcHs'doods '. I ,..98
$1.75 and $2.00 Table Linen ...'." t :.. $1.59
All Naykins at Groatlyj-Uedueed I'rijjos. v 1r
Ladies' 75c Outing Gowi...,.!..:$ .....;.'. 59'
:i0cAll Linen Crash .,...'. '...., Cstf:
2.50 Bed Spreads ) 1.98
Vnudovlllo unit IlutiljM
Thrliiwi IMS VIIIl.NI'J .Vs VANI lurry
' :if.O I'oiuulrt ot ConiiHly f
KimtnrliiK tho liulywlth tho reil
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AN INDIAN Hl'NIIKAM
Tlullllnx H, & A. Indlnn ntury.
tiii: ,Mi;si(irn:r.it'S consuiijnei:
lMlhp film. Ait lliuid Colored.
A DISArrol.NTHh .MA.MA
Km co Coiiuuly,
A Ml.i:i ATKAIH
Bprclnl .Matlncflu Rut. nnd Hun.
Mntltico jirlco 5 mid 10 coiit-i
Wo Itutd, nllinni follow.
Tnluy mill Tniiinrniw, Nov. UK, -.'t,
In n two-mil dim d'nrt o(
"I (A TOSOA"
Soo llio world'M Krandrxt nctrHn
In tho Krrnti'Nl dnuiiittli: hiiccohm ot
dingi'iTA. tiii: ii..v;i:iT '"
Woritrrn ilrninn, (nil of notion
TIWII'IMT IN A TIJAUUI'
Kor iiuwIywodK cllulul'.
FOIIKL'ST nml WOOI.WOUTII
Mntlncoa Dally 3 to 5 p. in.
ADMISSION. Cc AND lOo
Our next cnuiliiK fcntiiro In tint
woll-Kiiown and iiuml impiilnr onotn,
Tin: iuiii:.mian tintn
With tho Hnocliil iiiiimIc nilniilud for
tho opera. Thin hIioiiIiI inoo u t)'
AfAVAVK A 000 D SHOW
Tho llOHt Vontllatod Thciilrr In Town
Over (000 root Of tho bout plotnion
Hint ciiii bu uhowii,
Tin: avm.K iii;ktm:hh
You nil know Kollg'rt woHtcrn plq-
ttiron of HiIh typo. Thin ono In from
tho plitluu of Colorado with u dandy
Reed ntory hohlnd It,
tiii: mttm; iikk ni:.vt doou
Tho floor and uoblor foolliiKH of hu
man nnturo nro uhon full play lu
thla roaturo rilin. A Htudy lu Juvo
iia aiicl AlunHinu: underwear
50 to 4.00
Gossard, Nenio and Jtoyal Worcester
Corsels, Prices 1 ,toJ8.59
1IIH I-0UDHII1I Till; VAMCT
TIiIiikh tiro not nlwayn what thoy
Boom, IntoroHtliiKly hIiowii by this
llvoly and hutnoroiiH coinudy
A (IAV TIMK IN QtJKIIKU
liilblu. , i
If you want to luuult mid aid dl-
KOHtlou iioo HHh f Unity ('ot',lody. It
will innko your forKot your troublou,
Good MiinIo mid HIiikIiiu
BqoIiih; Ih bollovliiKlf you boo our
hIiow you can't holp IioIIovIiik you
aro BOttliiK your inonoy'ii worth,
OhaiiRQ or program ovory TuoHilay,
TJiUraday, Satunlay and Bumluy. "
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I'rJcvo Ahvy (Ho Hume, Og imd 10o