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BIG FOUR GROUP
OF MIS SOLD
Portland Mlnlnu Man Purchases
Placer Mines on Puckott
Creek Near Grants
(Mull Tlllilllin HihiIiiI Hivlc.)
(1RANT8 RASH, Or., Nov. A
mining dniil of ((iiiHiiliniililii Itnpor-
llllll'll llUH jllHl lll'llll l-OIIHtlllllltfll
vvliereliy Int .1. Morrill, a I'nrtliiiid
milling 1111111, llUH jllHl Miri'llMHI!(l till)
Hig Four group of placer milieu on
Pickett creel;. There mm- 2110 ncrc
in till gl'Olip mill it Hitvcii-niile dilcli.
'I'llelO llllH llCCII CIIIIHilll'llllllll lilign-
tinu ovur tlin iroiiir(y ami it Iiiih nev
er lieen wnrlii'il In hIiow il trim vnl
iii. Tlio new owner promiHUH to com
iiiuneo aotlvu oporntioiiH at oneo ami
('linden I). Franc of lltm city will lie
wnpi'iintciideiit. 'I'lii former iiuik'im
were (lenrge W. Trd'crn of AmIiImihI
ami It. V. Flitrl;c nt' Huh fit v.
MAN GETS GAY WITH A
CELESTIAL; STOPPED BY GUN
(l'llll)Ml I'riuM l.iitnmt Wire.)
111:11 u,vvv, c.ii., Nov. in. i:.i-
wiinl Lynch, a liilwrcr, i pmluilily
fatally wounded ami l.ce lino, a Chi
iii'hc I'liHtnuniiil J;tn'nT, 1m in jail to
day following a rowjiclwecn 1 1 1 ('hi
iii.'rin ami tliu while mini over the pay-
uii'iit of a uii'iil. According to l.ce,
Lynch rcl'iincd to pay for hi Mippet
In Ht evening ami when prcHHcd for tin1
iiionny mmlo an iinhiiuH on the Chi
iii'rtn. Ho knocked tlio oriental down
twice, hrnising lit h fnco limlly.
Tim third attack l.ce Htnppcd with
It llllllct. Till' pl'llel Cllteled till-
whilo iiiiiii'm loft Hide ami ranged tin
ward. I.viit'h Iiiih mailt' no Ntntcnicnt
tcgurd tlm affair.
GAVE LIFE IN ATTEMPT TO
SAVE GIRL FROM WHEELS,
HAN FRANCISCO, Oil., Nov. 1.'.. -ItoHooo
CoiiiIih, ti ititiHii'iau in tin;
Thirty-Kighth company, Count Artil
lery, in dead today ami Mihh Margate!
llriggn in believed to ln fatiilly in
jilted an the rexiilt of lieing htriH'k
down InM iiiuht I iv 11 Twenty -Ninth
ami Mimnon h trout car. Comlm gave
up hiri life in an effort to drat; Mi
Mrigg front in front of tlm ear, hot li
hcing crushed heiieulh (he guard. The
eouple were on their way to it 1 1 en
tertaitiiiieut lit the home of 11 Mi
Steele in (he Itielunoml district. They
Hlepped front the Tnrk-F.ddy Htreet
ear at F.ighlh itveuue and dtreelly in
tlm path of the MiMninn ear. CoiiiIih
iinuiediately saw the dauber ami
piling to MiH Rnggs' rescue, hut ho
was too late.
HURLED IN FRONT OF
SPEEDING STREET CAR
(I'tiltiM 1'ri'Mn Utamut Wlro.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Nov. -15.
Mrw. Mary Callahan and her 7-year-old
ttieee, Katharine llrown, are
dead today tlm viotintrt of I he henry
vheeln of an Ocean View car, and
.'nine Callahan, her htishaml, w mil'
tering front two broken leg as a to
Kill 1 of the overturning of their bug
gy directly in the path of Hie speedy
Shortly hefore Ihe tragic event oc
curred the horno driven hy Callahan
hecauic I'riKlilcned ami hcj;aii to run.
ll was directly in front of the car
Mpccdiiij; down hill, when the madden
ed animal wheeled anil tlm occupaitH
of llm vehicle were thrown out.
Calliiha 1 was h.irlcd to Ihe pave
ment ami the woman and little prl
thrown directly iu front of the car.
A moment later they were ground to
death under the car wheel, tl.viiif; al
most instantly. The molonuan, .1. ,1.
Moohan, in ohai'Ked with iiuiuHlati(;h
tor. Sullivan Matched.
(ITmIIimI 1'ri'MH I.eiiooil Wlro,)
PORTLAND, Or., Nov. If.. (Icno
Sullivan, who ncvcrnl yearn ago, inailu
i good iiup'essinn in I'orlland while
an amateur ami who has since hecu
fighting in tlm lightweight class in
Han FrnuuiHco and I .oh Angclcx, and
Kildin Corf, a clevcf California young
Hlcr, hao hecu sillied for a ten
round hout lmfont tlm Roue City Ath
Ictio oluh in tlio near future.
Mauv California experlH have pick
oil Sullivan iih 11 poHHihln champion
within llm next two yearn.
Oil 011 Streets Very Unsatisfactory
Rain Falllnn on the Oil Mixes It
With Mud and Causes It to
Stick to Wanon Wheels.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Nov. 15.
Tlm attention of tlm city council will
prohahly ho called to tlm condition
of Wost Eighth Htrcot that Homo no
tion may ho taken to remedy it, Tlm
Htrool wiih oilod 1 it Ht Hiinimor, and
tho oil pormittcd to remain until tlm
fall raitiH commenced, It thou ho
oaino mixed with mud, rendering (ho
Htrcot iiIiiiohI inipuHHiihlo for teaniK
or pmle.MlriniiK. The oil cihikoh tlm
mud to Hliok to wagon wlieeln and tho
mixture in carried to croHHingH and
carry tho huIihIiuicoh upon tho Hido
walkH ami into their Iioiuoh.
Soiuo dovico will doulitloHH ho plan
nod to remedy tho cnudiliniiH or at
leant an of for I will ho inado lit that
$2000 AN ACRE
FROM NEW W
W. H. Grown Shows What Water Will
D When Placed on Ronuo
Homo of tlm old tlnioiM lauhoil In
llmlr nliiitvi'H when V. 'II. Brown
lioughl I1I11 orcharil faiin soutliuiiHt
or tho city a llltlo over two yearn
m:o, ami freely urcdlcteil Dial "lliur'ii
iiiiolhor Hiickur, what will lovo hln
money, 'caiimt land Ih too (turned high
In thin 'oro country for 11 fuller to
niuko il 1 1 v 1 11 011."
Mr. Ilrowu didn't mty nuylhliig,
imlllior did lio hiiw wood hot had
iiomothlni( hottor tluin that. Ho sim
ply v.-vtit to work on (ho proioHltloit
of Irrluitliui: IiIh orchard. Not liuv
lug a gravity hhI(jiii ut lrnid, ho In
Htallml piimiiii ami t li Ik year ho will
tutvo a groMM Incotmt from four acrw
of Nowiowim of $-000 1 11 act'u at
leant. Thin Ih :nt ho OHtlmatoM It now,
ami there Ih a utrotig llkullhwd tlm
flgurcH will i;nw hoiiio by tlio lime
(ho crop Ih nutrkotcil, iih fancy ap
plet! are Hcarco thin ho-'iik 11. and ho
hint a lot of tho kind Hint hrlng tho
Another your mid Mr. Hrown can
IrrlKitl.i IiIh lrac( ly grtvlty am! 'will
do mime more Htuntji u (ho way of
Hhowlng tlm people what water will
do wliutt iihciI for othor H.liign than
for hunting ami tlrltiklng.
THREE PERSONS DROWNED
IN HARBOR AT COOS BAY.
MARSIIFIFI.I), Ore.. Nov. 11
Soarelt iH hcing made for the hodiet
of Oust Itlooui, Otto Axelson ami
Carl Carlson, who were dnwned yes
terday morning. While erosning (ho
hay in a niwlioat at titiduighi the h ml
overturned, throwing the np'inH
into the water. Herman Hack, a fourth
meinour of tlm party, clung to llm
overturned hunt for half .11 I nr.
filially Hiiccecding in awake. it'v the
crow of tho Hchooner l'sther !hi!inc,
who onum to his rescue.
Thiri morning the temperature at
the lowent jMiint wan 'J.r degrees, and
Homo caHlerii viriiiors tieciareii tiiat
the weather was colder at that Hum
in the Dakotas or Minesulu at 10 he
low. Once in a while a fellow forget.
though, and fails to reiiieiuher the
fror.en too ami fingers that occasion.
ally accompany that temperature.
Twenty-five degrees' is chill and eve-i
cold for Southern Oregon, hut one
would have coiiKiderahle difficulty in
freezing. Last winter the lowest point
registered was 18, and that was the
lowest for Ihrco years.
ATTRACTING LARGE CROWDS EVERY DAY
Did you read (In big advertisement on the back page ow yesterday's splendid paper? We again refer
to that advertisement and kindly ask that you verify it at tho store. Your wants can he supplied here -for
we enrry the goods that are satisfactory. You will he pleased with the prices, for we have certainly succeed
ed iu naming exceptionally low prices on most everything in tho tnru. J11M come and look and you'll find what
you want for we are here to help yon iu every way.
The Hutchason C
I NOVEMBER 25 IS
WAHIIINOTON, I). C Nov
IT. J'roHidont T'iff, today tm-
ii'nltittiil Miivrtiitwii iri i I nr I'd.
Carl Ewlnn Steps Down and Out
Robertson Slated to Suc
ceed Him In tho
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. If.. The
magnates of the I'acific Count League
are holding their annual meeting Huh
morning at the St. Francis Hotel.
The I'orlhiml Cluh is he'mg repre
sented hy .Fudge McCredie; Sun Fran
einco hy .1. Cal F.wing and Fred M.
Ish; l.os Angeles hy Henry Merry,
Vernon hy Fred F.eland; Oakland hy
IM M. Walter ami Saeraiuciito hy
After reading his annual leport (his
morning President .1. Cal Fwing ten-
lured his resignation and will leave
in a few dayn for a vacation to Hon
olulu. Several prominent haschall
men have heun named as prohahle
successor to F.wing. Among these are
Fielder .Foiich, former manager of the
Chicago White Sox and Hill I.angc.
II i shclieved that Judge McCredie
will propoHo'tho nnmo of fieorge V.
Roherlsou, a former San Francisco
man lor the place. Jawing mm iic
clared that any capahhi hnsehall man
will suit him. Indications are that
there will he a spirited discussion over
the ipie-tion of giving the Nrfrthwest
League the right to remain in Port-
laud for another year. (I is generally
1...1; I ll.,.t It... .-.!. .u ..r v.... I.'...... 1
IM 11 .11. Ill, I, llll- 11.11-.-- 1., I Mill I IfVII-
ciseo and Oakland are spit on this
M. Vs. Moouey ami Oeorge Daniels
of Prospect were in Medford .Monday
on land business.
Hy n deal cloned Saturday A. H.
Sitlltig Iiiih hecomo tho owner of the
IntereHt of (J. T. TluiHher la tho AJax
copper and gold initios, located In
(he HIiioIh dlHtrlct. JoHephlno coun
ty, together with water rlht In tho
east fork of the cnHt fork of (ho Illi
Tho trntiHfernlHO IttcludcH 40 ncrcH.'i'lio federal suprcine court todav de
of mining ground.
The AJax Ii:ih been developed to!,.f iniwt constitutional in the terri-
I"''"1 horv It kIiowh a large deposit J
of copper carrying cotiHldorahlo vnl
ticH In gold. Tho litHt anay hIiowh 14
per cut copper and' JT-70 In gold.
The mine Ih Hltttated on whnt in
known as the Waldo contact, and Ih
only five iui'.ch from C o Taklltnn
One Piece Dresses
Suits, Coate, Waists, Etc
ONE-PIECE DRESSES THE
Wo can't talk onoiigit about our
ono-picce dresses, They are tho
nnrval of tho age. Just think what
it menus to he able to go into a
store and select a wool or silk
dress and put it right on and wear
it without (ho fuss and trouble
which comes from selecting nm
terials, trimmings, etc and hav
ing 0110 made up. Of course you
may have to have an alteration
lady fit you, hut that only means
a few moments, then the dross is
perfect. Think of not only tho
time nud worry saved, hut wo enn
actunlly navo you the price of
A .fliruiO dress for $22.29
And nil through tho lino to $75.1)0
A $in.00 dress for $11.29
A if'JO.OO dross for $13.29
A .$20.00 dross for $IG.69
dresses for $49.00
to Baker-Hutchason Co.
ON MINTO'S LIFE
Lady Mlnto Very Nervous Viceroy
of India May Rcsitjn His
Post and Return
(Mull 'Minnie NmtImI Hrvlco.)
CALCUTTA, Nov. U. -Lady Mlnto
Ih proHtratud today following hor ox
lierlcneo of ycHlordny when a man
threw two hoinliH at Hie currlago In
which Mho whh rlillng with her Iiiih-
Imnil, Lord Mlnto, viceroy of India. A
nemo of riutuutlvoM went to Ahuvidii
hiid today to;islt In thu hunt for
At tho requuit of liln wlft. who Ih
aiixluiiH to return to Knglund and
who kIko fuurH for tho life of her
hiiNhaud If ho contlnuoH In IiIh posi
tion, he Ih today HerlotiHly thinking
of resigning hU pout.
Although neither bomli oxjiloded,
falling on ttoft Hand, which acted (ih
a buffer, Lady Mlnto fainted from
nervoiiHUftHH. ami hIiico Iiiih been un
der tho care of phyHlclattH.
An examination hIiowh Hint tlio
liomhM contained picric acid.
When tho flrnt hotnh wbh thrown
at (he carriage, a dragoon riding
alongHldo Hpurred forward and, with-oul-Htretrhed
tmher. Intercepted It,
hurling tho iiiIhhIIc Homo dint, -nice Into
a Hitnd-lioap The second struck tho
ground, lint failed o explode.
MUST STEP OUT
LONDON. Nov. l.Y The abdication
of King Leopold of Belgium is momen
tarily expected, according to a corrcs-
jiondciit of Reynolds' Newspaper at
Brussels. Ilisdispat dies declare that
the king has been wanied that serious
consequences will follow if he re
fuses to renounce the throne.
It is understood tlm Hij auti
LeoH)Id party is octroi inline with
Prince Albert, heir to the throne to
persuade him to succeed In- f.tther.
WASHINGTON. I). C. Nov. !.".
i,.:,),.,! t,t the emnlover's liahilitv act
(ories and the District of Columbia.
II s constitutionality in the stiucs was
not passed upon.
L. L. Jacobs has been assisting I).
M. ('.dims at (he Jacksonville bank
during (he absence of George L. Di
ms m San Francisco.
SUITS, COATS AND WAISTS
Wo uro hendipiarters for Suits,
Coats, nud Waists and you know
that our assortments aro tho larg
est in tho entire section of south
ern Oregon. Wo bought too heav
iiy not too heavy to givoi you a
good assortment, hut too heavy
for the amount wo should carry,
so wo have to reduce the prices 111
order to move them. .
l'J "0 sellers for $8.98
trift.OO sollcis for $11.29
$20.00 sellers for $14.89
28.00 sellers for $17.89
Wfr.OO- sellers for $22.29
$10.00 sellers for $27.89
iitfO.OO sellers for $33.75
' Popular Younn Couple of the City
Will Be United in Marriage
This Evening at
ThlH ovenlng liriient A. Ifefler, a
populHr young IjiihIiichh tnun of thin
city, and Mlwi Katherlno E. Taft
uro to !)H inltd in marriage. They
will ho at home to their m.Miy frlendH
on and after November 20 at their
now home, 4 09 North ItlverBldo ave
Mr. Ilolfer haw btmu a rwldont of
Medford for Home time :nd known
iih one of ihe moat pjpuliir young
btiHliK.-Hrf men of tho city. MIm Toft
Iiiih been very popular among tho
younger net. Hoth havo a largo cir
cle of frlendn, who wlHh them a
Hiuootli voyage In tho matrimonial
MINER ON WAY TO FEET
BRIDE. VICTIM OF PICKPOCKET
M'nlti-i I'rttM I-anfil Wire.)
PORTLAND, Or.. Nov. 1ft.-While
eu route to San Francisco to claim his
bride, .1. Copland, an Alaska miner,
is today stranded in Portland. Yes
terday In- reported to the police that
he had been robbed of $U20, nil of
his funds, with the exception of a
few small pieces of wilver.
While he is stranded now, lie still
has valuable property in Alaska,
which will make his wedding possible
at a later date. Co pel and thinks bis
pocket was picked, as he missed his
wallet shortly after leuviii' a burlier
F.lmcr A. Hicks spent Sunday on
the west side of (he valley with
K. K. Spencer was driven to Med
ford on Wednesday where he will
probably be operated on for appendi
citits. Will Cook of Raneeree has been
hauling the past week from Butte
Falls for the new post office build
ing. Gary Snyder, who has been visiting
in this place for some time, returned
to his home in Corvallis on Wednes
day. Mr. Snyder has a list of friends
here who regret his departure.
The Dudley basket ball team will
play the Hutte Falls athletic club in
their gymnasium at that place on
Thanksgiving ovening. Roth teams
are practicing daily and are confi'
dent of winning the local champion-
D. A. Owens hns secured the con
tract of carrying the mail between
Hutte Falls and this place. He makes
three trips jht week, Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays, being mail days.
Charles M. Austin is making exten
sive improvements on his homestead.
Mr. Austin has had a crew of men
employed during the past few days
mid the results of his enterprise is a
very attractive little ranch.
John Higgenbothorni made the
rounds of his usual customers on
last Tuesday. Ho finds it an easy
matter to disKse of a beef in this
neighborhood when it is of tho high
-km dard he always handles.
At a recent social function it was
decided to organize a banjo and inun
doin club. As we have a number of
amateurs who are considered crack
pi riormers on these instruments there
is no renson why wo can not have a
lifst-cluss musical organization of
this nature in this place.
From tho Rogue River Fish Co. he
sure and engage your turkeys, ducks
and geese- early to soeure something
nice. Olympia oysters for dressing.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL
In tho county court of tho state of
Oregon for tho county of Jackson.
In tho matter of tho estate of
ls:ne V. Stlmson, deceased.
Notlco Is horoby glvon that Wil
liam R. Stlmson, oxocutor of tho es
tate of Isaac P. Stlmson, deceased,
has presented and filed for settle
ment In tlio above ontltled court and
matter his first and final recount and
report of tlio administration of said
estivto: and that Saturday, tho 18th
day of Decombor, 1009, at tho hour
of U o'clock p. nt. of said day Is tho
time and tho chambors of satd court
at tho courthouso In Jacksonville,
Jackson county, Oregon, Is tho plnco
appointed and fixed by ordor of tho
jttdgo of tlin abovo otttltlod court for
hearing of objections to said nccount
nud roport and for tho settlement
All porsons' lntorostod In snld es
tato aro horoby notified that all ob
jections to snld final account or any
Item thoroof must bo filed on or bo
bora tho dato nnd tlmo liorolu ap
pointed for hearing and sotUoniont, ns
Dato of thj first publication horoof
Is tho 15th day of November, 1909.
WILMAM R. STIMSON,
Executor of tho Estnto of Isnno P.
W. E. PHIPPS,
10 RING TONIGH
SOUTH PAYS TRIBUTE TO
THE NORTHERN DEAD.
RATON ROt'OK, La., Nov. l,".
May-aehtisett and Louisiaua .joined
hamU today iu paying trihttte to
hands today iu paying honor to tho
memory of the Holdiern from tho
northern ntrite.i who lost their lives
during the civil war.
Governor Snndera of Louisiana and
Governor Draper of MnsHaohtiHott.s
participated in the ceremonies inci
dental to the "Kay Slate" unveiling a
monument to hor dead.
Four hundred confederate vetcrnna
Kave the "Rebel yell" at the unveiling.
Tho LadloH Aid of tho Presbyterian
church will meet on Tuoaduy after
noon at 2:30 o'clock at th rnanfw.
All members aro urged to bo prefiont.
FOR SALE We offer until Novem
ber 17, 1009( a half interest on the
whole of the only unplatted ncrcage
tract in the very hoart of the fast
est growing district of Medford;
contains 5'2 acres; will plat 32 val
uable lots; is only l1.' blocks from
pavement on Oakdale avenue, North;
is actually worth over $13,000; we
will sell a half interest for $3230, on
Post Toasties, per package 10c
Dr. Price's Food, per package 10c
Korn Kinks, per package , 5c
Violet Oats, per package i.5o
Columbia Oats, per package c?o
Wheat Hearts (sterilized) , per package 25c
Olympia Pancake Flour, per package 25c
Violet self-raising Buckwheat Flour, per pkg..l5c
These and others may be had at the
REX GROCERY CO.
M M. HFRMAN.
HARNESS, SADDLES, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, WAGON COV
ERS. HORSE BLANKETS, ETC.
All. ds of c tstom work and repairing done on short notice.
317 East Seventh Street MEDFORD, OREGON
The Best Thing in Oregon
First National Bank
and that bank fully indorses the following, which is
copied fro m the Pacific Banker:
"Whsi bankers fully appreciate
their responsibilities to the community
in whieh they live, and keep steadily
1 trustees of the
depositors' nmnev, they will not be en
gaged in financing speculative ven
tures, whether they bo oil or gas
schemes, mining ventures, cement un
derwritings, trolley roads, office build-
in irs or land booms."
DEUEL, Vice Pres.
THE WIDOW A Merry One.
THE TRAPPERS-lntcnsely Thrilling,
A WOMAN'S WIT Comedy Drama.
TONIGHT IS DISH NIGHT.
the whole for .f 0500 i this U certain
ly lite greatest quick money maker
iu Medford today, all u.ihIi; romoiu
her this is only a very fow rodn
from tlio aristocratic bungalow ad
dition. Telephone Main Jlr;. Call
at residence, 81f .Mala , (root. Hum.
LOST A bunch of keys. Leave at
this office and roceivo rowurtl. 1!0T
FOR rtENT Two nlro front roonni,
107 Second, B cor. Front. 30
FOR SAU4 Good 80 noroi for sale
iu a fine fruit district 13 miles bo
low GrnntH Fuss, six miles front
Merlin. This SO acres is on a conn
ly road, on a F. R. I), route and on
a telephone line, ono mile from
school house, good deep soil, good
neighhrohood, 1200 apple nud peach
trees set out Inst spring, water for
irrigation near orchard. I'nce
$5000. My home is on North 10th
street. W. J. St urges, L. I). (113,
Grants Pass, Oregon. 203
FOR SALK Fine, nearly new 7-room
bungalow, 4 oloaots, hath and pan
try, lot 30x132; sightly gilt edge lo
cality; with or without furniture.
The best bargain in residence pro
perty in Medford. Terms. 10 Ross
Court. Owner. 200
FOt'JJD -A child's white coat. In
(ptire nt this office. 20
C. II. HERMAN.
CRAWFORD Asst. Cash.