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MEDFORD MATT TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREflON. TTTTRRDAY. NOVEaHTFR t. '101".
PXCIE THREE ill PER ,D0UBLE PARAMOUNT BILL Ml int. iIMH IUUAY s CONG E RNING MEANDERINGS nolin Austin Hooper, gentleman adit and dnrlnp crook who escaped I in tno urnntK Pass Jail six weeks Hpo lins lost none of his norvn. Through his brother ho hits written telthe sheriff from whom he escnped Koltnrn over his clothes nnd other pos itions. This will not he dono on pigeon nt of uhIiir them ns evidence in ' he Is ever caught. He nlso wrote wllettor to llarnor McShnno nnd Mor- rlrtCotiirrl, S. P. detectives," on sta tionery of n hotel nt Wntertown, S, 511 The letter of the most wanted 4Mperado I" an follows, revealing all (So old 1 1 mo love of publicity: (J'Penr Ilnrney nnd Morris Nearly Co months ago I made up my mind Jwrlto you folks, to lot you know things go well with me. Of course Ifiam not of tho mllllonalro clnss, but neither nm I liroko. j'Well, I had one of a trip after having Hill (Sheriff Smith of Grants Bh, from whom ho escaped ) Ho jus n good scout, and I kind of hated twfdo It, hut 1 hated a wholo'lot more TSffull "' l"'l Vhyto's grip, ns I Hkould have in tho cud. (Why to is Hrole officer of Kolsoin prison). L'l was warned by wire from ttliflt a ' dick" wuh In Shnnlko, wnlt- II BK for me to show up. At one time lllwns not very far from Shnnlko and .The Dalles. 1 should have gono down toiTortlnnd nnd killed that El found thlH paper In the bureau lilrawer. Rome drummer swiped it Itfom Wntertown, apparently. I nm working now every day. TIiIh luopKn t mean uini i navo necn worK- "JngVvcry long. Tho law inndo n hum outtof mo nt Grants Puss, and It was tjjTffo some one to piifW on my feet ngwln. They did. One of these dnys iTsTjull buy n ticket for some Kngllsh gneaklng foreign land, nnd sny good hycto I'ucle Snni. yil want to tell you and Morris that H appreciate tho square meal you fel- lows gave me. I don't romembcr tWobilH (ppeclnl agent of tho O.-W. It. AiN ) very kindly, though. Ho is a Ira i 'I wonder if my brother over pre sented tho hill of snlo for my wntch. ffiotjifB. camera, etc, I Intended Hill (Sheriff Smith) should eltlier take IinyMii Colts In pliiro of his, or elso twiiy himself a new ono nniUcovnr tho CGlconts I horroweil of Mny TJy tho vwHy, I spent that CO conts at crater Illnke. Klleen very lucky In that I havo hud only ono clash witli tho dicks Rlnco leaving (Irani 8 Pns. Efaiiw by n KansnH City Star that iMInto wns killed. I don't supposo that joii are shedding any tonra bo- cause I am not under lock and key. door luck to you, JACK HOOPER. .90alE. r f V "IB y Jfm, The Star presents two Paramount pictures today and tonight. They nro "Hootles' I)ab," the world renowned story by John Strango Winter, nnd 'iTIm Man on tho Case," b Ornra lilvlngRton Fumlss, one of tho great est comedies from the pen of this noted dramatist. Tho two storlcB In cludo every element of dramatic composition, ranging from delicious comedy to thrilling drama. GREATER MEDFORD CLUB LD II 0 EA 1607 GROSS FOR OF CR The matter of establishing n pari; near tho reservoir, presented In n paper by Mrs. II. C. Stoddard, at a meeting of the (li enter Medford club on Wednesdny, hns created much fav orable comment. At that meeting Mrs. II. II. Sargent rend a pnper on tho Kuropean war, Mrs. Portor .1. Neff presented a synopsis of tho state librarian's report nt tho stnto con vention of tho Federated Women's clubs, Mrs. Chns. Schleffelln gnvo an account of the election; and a de scription of nn address on prison re form was also given. It wns decided to hold a community conference un der tho nuBplccx of tho musical do partment the first Monday in Docom bor. During tho progress of the mooting n piano solo was delightfully rendered by Miss Venotn Hamilton and a vocnl solo by Miss Moaa Mr) an. Tim Par-ont-Tenchors asinclntlon of tho Wnsh- JjjkLujijuhI Jackson schools extended nn Invitation to tho club to nttond n meeting of that body to hear a report on tho Mothers' congress. iTlic Producer' Fiult Co has Just IreSclvcd returns from n shipment of iBlpar of Hose penis to New York, the RroHrt sales being $1007.10. This iinarks the hlKhe.it prlco so far reach- leiirtlilH ear In the sale of pears from liH'M vallej . ITIiIh company Is loading threo ear .fofJIN'ow I"" n Pippins today for Ku rope, one car going to Liverpool, nn jfpthor to London and tho third to Rllasgow . WX cable report this morning from iTsTTilnn rennrls the solo of tho first rSHof New towns Rhtpped this season. The liroughniR., Is. Cp. In amount bovo the prlco recolvod for tho first km lust j ear. SXhls company has alroady shipped Ifftcars of applos this yoar and will 20 cars more. Steamer space Is g'rd to obtain for shipments to Ku- NEVADA GIVEN TRIAL !( KI.Vi, M. . N. . I ll.mn: -t.inil.mlieil l"T screw , the super (lieui'iiimylit N't-Midii sliiileil tmlny on l.er tui-lx f-h'itir eiuln.,iiee rim, on which she was ioqtiirtl to iiiuiutiuu it (ewi of niuleen kirMflii' honr. It was evju'cled I hilt at the ei.i,fiiiun nl llie in n lie uinilil niieliui nil lliislon liyht. l'fi" Okliilmmii, si.trr ship of (lie XeMlilil. will lliui' lier liiniliililiillliiii trials on the I'enolisctit euurse carlv ill lallium, in-) nlilmu In .mii'iuiice llient h tin li.a.il tlml linnlil loilnv Aw" ""UfJ CVT mm BEET MEETING AT PHOENIX JRIDAY i i fJv ' r 'ml inielitiu h.t Imu wllcl i Mi if nple nt IMkuiiiv, ti tjtit Ivl in tl town hull there tuiiiur jyw'jtl i el i i iiltcnuMiii at '2 n i-Iih-K 2T- '!- the siiKur Hiill liniltosltKill IfuNv w Mi Mr NiliU-v. The met tint: viHllie the m..st iiitjrMUt tratlierin foVyili.it piiius rt kt'M in Hint ihs- rifl. It i- i iiImiI4 tltut Muiinu'fi TuT's t tlii lu-lil . ik will itl-o at- Wild. I . !' . i wall unit a ileli'L'iitio i ',. AWV ''" i'jsmi i- iit. Th iMtpk ! Hi i li-trii't. IHIw hti Villi; - 1(1 CO i' Hi ' Kir I ri . iimn, .ii ilrepiv mti-r IK. .i..mi; of reisiiiL' i -uiiiil i ItM-.il liii'torv. i - inn. ,i ins!: i,(rkt tur llmi h t it i .U .i.lrtl uuiirM-uiriu iii Gold Dutt on the kitchen link Clean it quicker than a winlc D I AUTUMN RECORD 1 kkoh:oo: RECORDS R E CORDED It unfiill fnr October wns .10 inch, nsjainst nn nVernjre October pieeipitn tum uf JJ5(1, nml u preoipilntinn for October. 31) 14, of 2.1 inehiw. It wns the dryest October suuee 181).i, when no in in fell nt nil, nml with .0:1 rmnfiill the ilrjest September since 1RS0. ilbout nn exception, it hns been the dryest full sineo wentber rceonU were kept in Medfonl, lieyin nun: in 18S1). The scnsonnl (lefieioney lo Xovein ber 1 (tho senson is computed from September 1) is 2.08 inches. A yenr iro at tlii ilnte Ibero wns n scnsonnl excess of , l.'i melt, yet in spite of this proiniiirvr beuinnimr llie season win t lie record dry one. Tli- nvernjre nnniiiil rnuifnll for No ember is !I.SS inehci. The montli foimerly was a wet one, but of recent ctrs lias tnpeicil off into llie div coiiunn. inr uieaicsi .ovemncr rnui fnll rcconlcil wns in IDOII, when 10.(11 inches fell. In IJ10') the Xiivember pteeipirntinu totnllcd ll.(ii) iuebcs, ami in 1000 I.H:i inehes. Iloth these years hail wet OetoborH nnd Septembers. The menu mnxlmum for the montli wns 7t degreos, nnd the minimum 37 degrees. Tho warmest tiny was Octo hor iith when the tempornturo was S I degrees nnd the coldest on tho eleventh when tho mercury dropped to 31 degrees. Tho heaviest lalnfall was on the S3rd w-hon .31 of an Inch of rain foil. Killing trosls piovnlled on tho morning of tho 11th, 1 nth. nnd 21th. There wns no unusunl woathcr. Ten days woie clear, IS partly cloudy, nnd threo ontlroly cloudy. The ropoit for tho month follews: Date. Max. Mln. Ilge. Haln t 7S -IS 30 2 OS 17 21 3 73 31 30 I SO 33 47 ft SI 31 no fi S3 3ft 4S 7 S3 37 tO 8 77 37 10 9 71 3ft 3(1 10 01 3H 2ft 11 fi!) 20 40 12 lift 31 31 13 03 II 10 T. II fi7 40 21 .02 1ft 77 30 '17 Hi" , '...70 33 40 17 70 37 30 IS 7ft 3S 37 19 .72 30 30 20 71 3fi 30 21 77 33 4 1 22 01 30 22 .07 23 ft 9 41 IS .31 21 fi9 3 a 27 2H ..... 83 2ft 20 09 37 32 27 C9 37 32 2S 73 3ft 3S 29 71 3ft 3fi 30 ftS 31 21 31 02 IS II T y ? f t f T ? ? r t f t f f T T i HTHE activity of x Gold Dust makes it the only washing and clean ing powder you need. Dissolve a tablcspoonful in hot water, and it goes to work, re moving dirt without marring the brightest polished surface. Use it on the kitchen sink. X! Scand larger packages for alt everywhere CHEZ :rAIRBANK2Sin kuim GOLD DUST Let 'er Rain! SatiiUctton GuamnlerU . ctiuM jorjrre caiaws a iTowpn r.n i n poston If you've a man's work to do, wear Tower's Fish Brand Reflex Slicker $3.00 The coat that keeps out all the rain. ? Jit x Eilnts stop every drop from running In at the front. Protector I lit, 75 cent gown's Royal Society Package Outfits It's None Too Early to Begin Your Christmas Fancy Work. Others Are Doing It These outfits come to you complete, clean and intact in a sealed onvelope. They contain tho article to ho embroidered, stamped on material of the highest quality, exact in structions and a carefully prepared chart of stitches and colors with sufficient floss to complete the embroidery. We also carry in open stock, made-up nainsook undergar ments, stamped and ready for the needle, lingerie blouses, children's made-up gar. ments, towels, aprons, centerpieces, dressing sacques, children's caps, bibs, besides a big lot of stamped art linens in natural colors, including the popular "Blue Bird" pattern. Bath Robes In heavy duckling I'lotw, which ooino in pinks, blues, tans, grays nnd lavender, some with the lareer shawl collars; others in the plainer styles, trimmed with buttons and binding to match At $2.ns. $:;.5u up to $is.5o. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? t ? ? V ? t r t f Rain Coats Worth to $7.50 ONE LOT OP 10 OR 12 OP THESE COATS, SOME ARE RUBBERIZED JUST THE SORT FOR A GENERAL SLIP ON GARMENT FOR WINTER WEAR, MOST ALL SIZES COME IN TAN ONLY, AT SPECIAL $3.95 Wool Challis 65c Just ennie in by express, theso dark colorings in all-wool ehal lies for fall and winter drosses, mostlv blue with red or green T T3 figures, small patterns. a ? ? t t T ? t t f f t T t t T f t T t t PETER THOMPSON DRESSES $8.75 New styles just received, in navy blue only, with either white or red trimmings, just the dross for misses' .school wear, sizes are 1 1, Hi. IS, at $S.75 DANCING FROCKS MODERATELY PRICED Dainty Evening Dresses for the dances in nil the Inter pastel colors, made of (leorgette oropo, ('hirions mid the like, at .. $1G.50 to $35.00 SILK LACES Fashion has decreed that these flimsy laces shall be used in over-draperies, trimmings and in lending Holiness, lo the garment; also gold flounces. BLACK SATEEN PETTICOATS, $1.00, $1.35, $1.50 JMade of a lustrous sateen in a good quality cloth, in the wider styles that are in vogue at tho present time. NEW NECKWEAR Come in the dainty nock cords, made of silk, wide Quaker styles, feather boas, in brown, blue, black and while, and rulTs at 125?, 35&, 50d and ;.... I $1.00 The MAY Co. 7: Our Gossard Film At tracted a Great Deal of Interest and Packed the Theatre to Capacity AVe consider oiii'selves fortun ate in being able to show this film to the ladies of Medford, for we believe it to be one of the best lessons in the correct fitting of corsets which, when fitted, properly gives- tho wearer the comfort that they are intended for. The corsets shown and fitted in this picture are numbers that are carried iu our regular stock at all' times, and can be, fitted to you by an export eorsetiers 1'UIChlP AT $2.00, $2.50. $3.00 ami up to $7.50 I Curt 9l s , t t t t ? V t t t t t t t t v &&Zltt&tt4l CHICHESTER S PILLS AUTOS j .. fm 17 Ti l..dll A,h J.ur lruzfl.irr i U.hrlfi..lll.m.n4 7lr.jX I'll), la ll.d U.I4 tnn.luAV loin, i, a 1 1 ill lilua Klttea. V llroinUL. A fWlll.t lll.TIMI KIAilllMI llllM l I.I.N. M va e.tikiiiB.iI.'c.l, Sfit,AIiiK,lli 1. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Sold on Monthly Installment Plan. POWELL AUTO CO. A New Home For DAISY AN ARIA Ls bc-1 auoinpaiiKd on a giand iano. If oui wilt or daughter is the poosf-r on an un usual voice y;io her the adumtago of THK IfUJUT TIAXO, vJiich is the Ivors A- Pond Oand, sold by PALMERS PIANO PLACE M Xoith (Vntril Vvo., near the Postofl'ice. BUTTBRI Up-To-Date Dairy More- Will t,p 0'. i.iti .1 at 2l'l Kiiii Main rftlx t COLUMBIAYARNS.I CELEBRAIE0F0R Excellence of Qcalitj and Evenness ct Tfiread, Pore Djes and Btiitl lol Mm ifSJi-S'?' Columbia Zephyr, 2, 4 & 8 fold. Columbia Germantown, 4 & 8 fold. Columbia Saxony, 2, 3 & 4 fold. Columbia Spanish. Columbia Knitting Yarns. Columbia Shetland Floss. Columbia Shetland Wool. Till U. Ytrni Ttr til ky litllnj Jekkiri ind Ktl.U.rt t(MuSKln,( t Unit.d JUUl II A N D I G R A I? T , S II O I Col. H. H. Sargent Will Speak to the Citizens of Medford at The Natatorium Thursday, Nov. 4 At S p. in. on tho Medynsld robonding proposition. AH Cordially Invited EXPOSITION VISITORS Stop at the Fino New Hotel Brayton .10 Tl'HK KTIWKT At Marliot n:vTi:it ok iu'hinkss AM) TIIKATIUC 1HSTUICT San Francisco ROOMS $1 PER DAY AND UP 1'ilviilo 1jiiiI(u to i:ciy llomu IIimiiim Willi I'rivnlu llullis nml Slum', or MiiUlo nml h'u Sullo F 1T ,, , On arrival in the city take fee OllS UNIVERSAL BUS direct to Hotel Brayton at our oxponae. III. ll I.IIUiK oil Ml i Ollllt l WhiteVelvet Ice Cream Co.! tit80 Isi tn.itiiKUt It will re. -r. e Tha Aeihm Olsancr Lv ....laie.