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THE MEDFORD DAILY TRIBUNE, MEDFORD. OUKOON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER AO, 1909.
, MAKING 0000 AT
All Taking Prominent Part In the
Student Affairs On Campus
and In Class Room.
VXIVKRSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, Out. 30. (Special.) Things
are stirring at this state university
for the Medford boys in nttencltinee
there. Last Thursday night ' Fred
Strang and Ernest Smith, both soph
omores, were initiated as charter
members in the chapter of the Acacia
fraternity recently established at Or
egon. The Acacia is a branch of the
Masonic order and, none but Ma
sons can belong to it ' Tho fraternity
has chapters in most of tho leading
universities of the country. Fred
Strang received his third decree of
Masonry lust Monday, just in timo to
be admitted as a charter member of
Vernon Vawter is one of the few
freshmen who has won a place on the
Glee club and will be one of the .'10
Oregon lads to invade Mcdford with
college song and enthusiasm duriiiL'
the early part of Christmas week.
Vernon Vawter is a member of Sig-
ma Xn, the oldest fraternity at Ore
gon. Clarence Gore is making a mark
in the classroom and is taking an
active interest in the work of tho Y.
M. C. A. and Laurean Literary so
ciety, of which he is a member.
Darrengh Aerhart is no longer in
attendance at the University of Ore
gon. Some weeks ago he left for the
University of Washington. Dar-
rcigh got astride of the fnculty's
teehninl term for hazing, and with
four classmates left for greener pas
tures. The extracting of a few songs
from freshmen was the bloodv crime,
and 40 others were equally implicat
ed with hiin-, but a trumped up charge
from last year was made the ground
for specializing on him. However,
Pnrrcigh took the whole affair good
naturedly and apparently was not
nearly so put out as were his many
Ruth Merrick, one of the three
girls nt Eugene, is chairman of the
program , committee for the sopho
more hop, which takes place in De
cember. She is .1 member of the Chi
IS LATEST FREAK
Man Near Spokane Grows New Va
riety Watchmen Guard
ing the Tree,
Sl'OKAXE, Wash.. Oct. 30.
CoVeless as well as seedless are tho
apples produced on u singlo treo of
unknown variety in an eight-acro or
chard at Morn u Pruirio, fives miles
north of Spokane, owned by B, K.
Short, a rancher. The largest of tho
fruit is three inches in diameter, tho
coloring being of a yellowish green,
streaked irtili rod. The apples have
deep pink cheeks, and tho flesh is
firm and of excellent flavor. ' The
tree is between 12 and 13 years old
and is growing in nub-irrigolod soil at
an altitude of -'-'20 feet. Short does
not claim credit for. developing the
cureless-seedless apple, declaring it
is a freak of nature.
Seven of tho now ' apples were
brought to tho offices of the Na
tional Apple show in' Spokane and
quartered in the presenco of Ren II.
Rice, secretary-manager; Professor
August Von lloldcrbeke, formerly
state commissioner of horticulture of
Washingjon, and several growors
from various parts of tho northwest, i
but none was able to classify tho
fruit. Professor W. S. Thornbcr,
horticulturist at tho stute collego of
Washington, has been delegated by
J. J. Browne, regent, of Spokane, to
make a thorough examination of tho
tree to determine its origin.
Short has engaged tbreo watchmen
each to work eight hours n day as
guards in his orchard to prevent in
jury to the tree. He intends to
graft the scions on other trees the
coming spring. Expert omologists
say if the process is successful he
will have made a discovery of great
er commercial importance than any
yet credited to Luther liurlmuk and
other plant wizards. They add that
while the seedless apple is no longer
a novelty, the production of a core
less one, long sought by growers
throughout the world, is u distinct
triumph in apple culture.
Sensational Bargains You
,. LADIES' UMBRELLAS 50c
50 Umbrellas, regular 75 values, to
close Saturday uigbt at choice 50
CHILD;S UMBRELLAS 60c.
;"() Umbrellas for children, an ex
ceptional bargain at 50
On sale all day at special prices,
'ranging from 7i)c to $7.01) about
400 in all.
j LADIES' SHOES, $2.50.
Here is the best single line special
in the entire section of Southern
Oregon. Regular W.OO, $:-t and
.flUO values for $2.50
SEE THE LEATHER GOODS SHOW IN
. . , , . 35c NECKWEAR, 19c,
AH new styles, dainty, fresh and
very chic. You should see these.
35c SILKS, 19c,
All ctdors, suitable for waists and
fancy work. letter buy now,
PEARL BUTTONS, 3c.
No excuse here is a bargain that
every woman should buy.
25o BUTTONS, l2',c.
Two dozen !2."e Pearl Buttons for
-Me. Every home needs a supply.
9c OUTINGS, 5c.
Aiiothcrlmlc of those (.U; Outings to
retail at, special sale, only . . .5
l22c BLEACHED LINEN CRASH, 8c.
15c BLEACHED LINEN CRASH, lie.
$1.25 BED SPREADS, 69c.
A new lot to go at this sale full
bed size and worth fully $1.25.
15c COTTON BATTING, 12c.
50c HEAVY DAMASK, 33c.
Hotels and restaurants should see.
this durable linen and stive 17c u
35c COTTON BATTING, 29c.
65c DRESS GOODS, 39c.
You never saw its equal and we
doubt, if vou ever will again.
, 25c COTTON BATTING, 15c.
$1.50 BLACK PETTICOATS, 98c. .
Fine for every-day wear, worth ful
lv $1.50 a bargain vou should see.
TONIGHT IS THE END OF THE ANNIVER- 1
The Hutchason o.
If you wish to consider n bargain
a real bargain in real estate, ad
dress P, enre of Tribune. 197
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
O. O. Marshall to Grants Puss
Timber company, S K sec
tion 4, township 3-1, range
C. M. Boardmun to J. II.
Fitzgerald, E V lots I and
2, block 18, Beutty addi
tion to Medford
C. K. Powers to David W. Day,
lot 1, block 19, Butte Falls
E. J. Lewis to David W. Day,
property in Mingus addi
tion to Medford . ,
B. II. Harris to David W. Day,
lot "4, block 30, Bluff addi
tion to Butte Falls
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
The following letters remain un
called for ut the Medford postoffii'e
A. Anvoe, Then. If. Adiimsoii (2),
Kobert K. Ashcrolt, U. C. F. Asth
bury, Mrs. V. Dun ford, Kinmi-lt
Hca'le. (i. W. Browcr. W. J. Clark
(41, Mi-s A C. Wilson. Allen Doen,
W. II. Dresser, Walter Duprey, ('. A.
Fowler. S. F. Fink. He v. ti". A. dray,
Flam (. Hover, Mrs. II. W. Jack
son. Joe Jones, H. C. Jorgenson, (Jeo.
Knapp, (lerlrtlde Loiigmiro, A. Logo,
John E. Marble, (Itrie Mussey ('J),
Will Miller. Frank W. Kcwmiin, C
A. Partlow A. J. Perkins. C. Philips.
See. Pylhiun Sisters. lilioda Siger.
Charley Smitlley, F. A. Tail CM, W.
Packages-Miss (Iracu Johnston.
I C. Hansen. Tom'Mnffat.
We malce any kind and stylo of windows. Wo carry
glass of any size on hand.
Medford Sash & Door Co.
Table d'hote dinner ill the N'ush
drill Sunday evening. Special music.
The S'nsh drill - open all the lime.
J. E. ENYART, President J. A. PERRY, Viee-IWido.it.
JOHN 8 OltTII, Cashier. W. B. JACKSON. Ass't Cashier.
THE MEDFORD NATIONAL BANK-
Safety boxes tor rent. A general Banking Business transacted.
We solicit your patronage.
! Have you seen tne new electric
clock. It runs 12 months
with one winding at
Near P. O.
Tim Nash Grill finest service be-
tween Portland and San Francisco. lion to Butte Falls 1 0 , S i mmmm , . 1 . , '
That it wont be long until time for setting your
trees? Better come in and let me make you
PRICES ON THE BEST TREES
Before it is too Tate as they are being
booked out fast at this time of year
Hotel Nash Office