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THE TWICE-A-WEEK OUABB, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911
' air Mogcow Prisoner Says Dr
T| TATI H 11 A 11
PEERLESS ONE STILL
SUPREME AS LEADER
Many Democrats Gather at the
Banquet Board to Honor
W. J. Bryan
E. A. Bean Is home from a busi-(
ne»s trip to Portland.
Moscow. Idaho, March 20.__ The
OUTLOOK GOOD FOR
F. J. Monroe of Florence, was In
Lincoln, Neb., March 20.—Be-
inyrh rtous Woman r ailing herself
the city over night.
I tween twelve and thirteen hundred
Mri Charles Williston, of Ismdon,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dill and son
TRACK TEAM THIS YEAR
followers of William J. Bryan t->-
1 »mid», who was arrested by Sheriff
are home from Portland.
night attended the complimentary
Hrosn uh Insane while »he lolturad
Miss Eve Stinson took the evening
Two Hundred High School Boys in the ridmfnlstrat'n ..........
banquet tendeed him by the Lin
to Portland yesterday.
coln-Bryan club In point of attend-
n,'/ '.X Members of Constituent As train
After a gloomy outlook the track
E. J. Mooro, of Creswell, wai tn i
, ance Is excelled in number any sim situation at the university has round
. Worked This Afternoon
*!('• of James A. M< l,oiin, president
function held In Lincoln for ed into-a shape that Is very pleas
or th- University or Idaho.
sembly to be Chosen on
to Heed President Taft’s | ilar
L. B. Harris, of Colville, Wash.,
many years. The presence of recog ing and Trainer Hayward is enthusi
Hint. h I i <> »ays, | h the real reasoh
on County Tract
nized democratic leaders such as astic. He believes that he has the
or h-r ap|>.arun<e here 14 yours at-
Fred Newman and family left
Champ Clark, Governor Shaforth of, foundation for one of the strongest
Work on Eugene's public play t-r her all. ,-••<$ ,,-< ret marri.-i.-e to Hr
Colorado, Senator Owen of Okla teams that he ever turned out. What
grounds win liagun toda» b'. 2<IO McLean, u
Llbson, Match 22.—An official having spent the winter up the riv
Washington, March 21.—Two weeks homa, Senator-elect Kern of Indi pleases him the moat Is that there is
ami he profesor <^f| Proclamation was Issued today call- er.
or more High m-hool boy» under! W.IH u student
i th«i University of Colo-1 *n< for a national election of metn-
from today the sixty-second congress ana and Senator-elect Hltcncock of
Uyge number of men out daily and
th» dlieetioti of Principal Hug history in
Mrs. A. Abeene returned to Cot will convene in extraordinary session Nebraska gave it an interest more a that
there is material for all de
t bers of a constituent asBombly on' tage Grove today after a visit.
Claanes were dlRinlised this ufi..; rudo.
1 hi» »' bircn nt I made i«y ihe wo- APrll 20 u«xt. Since the revolution I
1 to take up the Canadian reciprocity than statewide.
partments, Insuring a consistent
noon and the atudeut», »mied vitti
The promoters of the banquet,
. . she t« mlfb'd in court thii^ which overturned tho monarchy and in tho < ty from Cottage Grove.
hoes, rakes, shovel« »nd pl Io«, mail« man after
from, which took the form of a dollar din and
; ,top at that, ttuwcici,
trainer is counting much upon his
v. Dr. M<T.«':in before "'«nt King Manuel into exile, Portu-I J. Airldge, of Saginaw, — — • — ---
their way through the city . nd r to
«tatementi given out by the dem- ner, made no attempt to conceal that freshmen and he believes that there
the river to the tract of land ;,uowu coming to the University of Idaho 8al Ims had only a provisional gov-! acting business In Eugene i today.
ocrats, who will control the lower the function was in part intended them.
He declares that of the
I<«rnninnt. Public confidence in thei
an the county park. Here they wer«' Tuesday.
house. Present indications are that, as a denial of the statement that is some valuable material among
I’uthcr on Way Here
future of tb» republic is now ap-| burg. were In the city over night.
put to work and by < v. nlng tlisr«
immediately upon tho convening of Bryan had been repudiated as the
There is not much
doubt ug , to
««■•. I'»rent ly greater than ever, owing to i
will be a great transformation
__ „ iu
_ __ Hr
District Attorney E. R. Bryson congress, a resolution will be intro-1 leader of his party in his own state. twelve men who will go to California
during April vacation, several will
! 111 •• the receipt today
todc . of n(*be genera) and rapidly Increasing wail in Junction City last evening.
tract, whli li has been
>i«g|ecteu dur- ' ' ' **'j' »line
duced which will have the effect of and tonight several speakers empha- be freshmen. The old men will be
Ing the past few yeurs This evening , telegram from George Hunt, her Prosperity, which has marked the
John F. Kelly was a passenger to puttlng President Taft upon the grill »lxed that the guest of honor was all
obliged to work hard to even
< lilc.ir, >, saying he 't*1*' regime. Wag-s of workmen Portland on the noon train today.
the worker« will bo given a lunch on inttu'i, from Chicago,
in regard to the sending of troops to still fo them the leader of democra- hold their places in several instances.
*<>ul«l h ave f,,i
nearly doubled in lie last few
E. W. Bales and Ed. Pentury, of the Mexican border. The President cy._
The material is yet rough but there
Several years i ago nn effort wai ■■’Im tried today to .-end her father »: months and farmers and tradeapeo- Salem, were In the <lty over night.
menu was unpretentious.)
will be called upon to
is excellent quality.
made to create a park out of this 11" ag«' not to conic to Idaho, but I’1*’ »hare In the benefits. Ma Iacin
Mrs. Orville Spear, of Cottage served statement 1_
Her father's tel««- tents are permitted to publicly ad- Grove, is bere visiting Mrs. Claude
The following is a track team that
land and the trees wore trimmed. i 1 was i > i '-vented.
Hayward has chosen out of the most
restoration of the ___
stump» tuken out and rubbish <lear gram Is In response to n mesaagc! v”<t«to the
ed nwny, but the work whh not kept -•■nt by Judg«' Morg.it« Ida«« urging :,rchy, but they gain few adherents
N. D. Cool of Drain, transacted ministration openly insinuate that the been named the "dry democratic dol- able candidates for the various
• and file of the pao-
nn mid i»r.>ir till» afternoon it wna him to coni«« to .Moscow nt once.
in Eugene yesterday after-> "interests" having great financial * ‘ lar dinner."
.. vice- places:
Dr. R. . L. ..
Mrs. WilllHtou refuse« to be In-1 I'1”
Discuss—Kellogg, Neil and Fresh
in almost a» bad »hape as it wu« p.
Sh«» has. however, bn.
It 1» practically certain that the
for« any work was done on It.
' adai.nlstratlon candidates for the down from Oakland yesterday after- on the threshold of a friendly nation,
While the tract 1» covered with <<>me mor«« communicative with
water on an average of every otliei attorney. Warren Truitt. Today she'4fsf1onal assembly will be elected by noon.
Both Speaker Clark and Chairman ANOTHER SHOOTING
f„r til., editor of a local an
High jump—-Johnson and Frash-
winter, during freshet», It Is thought
Underwood, of the ways and means;
men 3tel*ar, Simms and Brooks. All
that the Improvements planned will weekly paper fur which »he hud been! possibly in Home of the remote routi left last evening on a trip to Victor committee, declare that a downward
of these men are good for five feet
be of such a permanent nature that ■i subscriber for many years under try districts, where the Influence of ia. B. C.
AFFAIR ON SILETZ
revision of the tariff, cutting the
name or A. M Hunt, of Argvie, the clergy remains _ supreme.
and six or eight inches.
the floods will not seriously daunig«- the
schedules to a tariff for revenue,
Broad jump—-Hawkins. Kay enJ
the grounds. They will.
1 platform of the government includes Oregon, today to take a short vaca basis, will be undertaken at the ape-1
Freshmen Fixer and Gabriel
planks favoring compulsory unlver- tion there
Ia*tt<-rw Are Recalled.
be used only In summer.
clal session. The woolen schedule, it
Sprints— Johns, Kay, Breidwell,
It Is now recalled that she Is re ***»• education in free state schools,
This movement was started a short
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Prater return- i is now definitely known, will be the Jim Warner, Indian, Shot by
Huston and Freshmen Fizer, Kim
time ago fcy the newly organized Mu sponsible for tin- flood of anonymoils to be modelled after the system in ed home to Sal“ mtoday after a visit first subjected to the cutting process.
ble and Ford.
Loyal Chandler, White
nicipal league. It la In line with letters denouncing President Me-i vogue in the United States; unlver- in Eugene.
Cotton, steel and textile schedules
... which have been re-1
Ir. *"* suffrage for all adults, regard-
Lean, . some
similar rnov etnent» In other cities to —
O. P. Oliver, of Seattle, who owns will follow. If the democrats suc
Martzlnff, Blackman and Fr<Hhn«»n
provide a place for children to play ferred to tho postal authorities. The eH" 1,1 color ■** or property qualifl- much real property here, is In the ceed in getting these schedules ap
Bradshaw and Simms.
— • super-1 city on business.
while there 1» yet plenty of ground anonymous letter» were directed to cations; economy and strict
proved. with the aid of progressive
Newport. Or., March 21.—Word
Half mile run—Huggins. Johnsen,
available and not wait until th«« <-lty prominent resident» of Moscow, who vision in the expenditure of public
W. W. and 8. M. Calkins returned I republicans in the senate, it is prob was received here this afternoon
has growu to such « size that It will are often mentioned in the local pa funds; complete Independence of the on the evening train yesterday from able they will wait until the regular that another row on the Siletz res Martzloff ard Freshmen Miber, Old
field. McCall and King.
per». from which it I»
is thought their Judiciary and the absolute and final a short trip south.
be practically Impossible to secure per»,
session next winter to tackle other
near Canoe Landing, four
Mile—McClure. Reynolds, Huggins
names w« re obtained
It hu» also "partition of the church and state.
Mrs. J. A. Springgate returned to | schedules. The Canadian reciprocity ervation
or five miles from the agency, has and Freshmen McCall.
The provisional government has Harrisburg last evening after a
developed that Mrs. Williston had
agreement will almost certainly be aroused the Indians. Loyal Chand
the name» of all attorne.VH In M os- already »«compllshed murh toward short visit in Eugene
passed by the house as it comes from
a white homesteader, is said to Olson, Holmes an<| Freshmen Kim
in het possession on her arrival the realization of this program, in
J. B. Hutchins and H. J. Fitk. of the president. Some radical demo ler.
have shot Jim Warner, an Indian.' ble and Ford.
all the cities and towns free schools Grand Rapids, Mich., were arrivals
SUFFERS RELAPSE here last Tuesday.
crats want to tack on some other tar through the head with a 38-calibre
hav< been established and thousands in Eugene last night.
Pole vault—-Murphy, Robinson
iff measure, requiring the president Colt's automatic pistol. The bullet and Freshmen Fizer and McCormick.
I of Portuguese youths of from fifteen
Miss Alice Simms, of Dallas, arriv the leaders oppose this plan.
His Daughter Leaves for New FORTY OR FIFTY MEN
struck Warner over the right eye,
| to twentv-one are attending school ed here today from Roseburg, where
passed out through the back of his
i f"r the first tlm- Th- eompulaoi*) she has been visiting.
Following is the first cfficial an
York and Poet Gets
head and lodged in a wall of the nouncement of track meets to be
AT WORK ON OREGON
I education clause will hardly be nec-)
W. M. Brown and family have ar
room where the shooting took place. taken part in by the University of
i eaaary, as practically every young rived in Eugene from Iowa to make
After a physician from the agency! Oregon team this year:
ELECTRIC EXTENSA ster In Portugal is fired with h holy this county their home.
the wound, Warner walked
Oakland, r«l , March 21
zeal to obtain an education, and the
April 8.—Columbia indoor meet
C. C. Beck and wife left this morn-
Chandler, it is said, then at Portland.
lowing the departure of his dnugii
Illiteracy which obtained under the ing for their home at Point Terrace
clerks; two young men. age 18. about.
tar. Juanita, to New York, to ar-j
monarchy is already In a fair way to after a visit in Eugene.
April 22.—Coast League meet at
At Ax Billy Dept. Store.
M-24 went to the home of another home
named Bradfield and threat Berkeley, Cal.
rang« her affair», so »h« <sn d-vot-
become a thing of the pa it. Al
Ready for Beginning of
Mrs. Carl McClain and child went FOR SALE—Choice tracts of all steader
her entire time to her father's care
though the provisional government to Junction City on the noon train
May 6.—Whitman college at Eu
cleared, smooth, bottom land: one ened the whole family with death.;
Joaquin Miller h reported today to
Is composed of men who are pro today os a few days' visit.
tract has small house, This land boasting that he had already killed gene.
nounced unti-clericals and agnostics. ■
be suffering from a relapse und con
May x2.—Intercollegiate meet at
is strictly fir
class; eix miles one man and wounded another.
John Mason returned to Bear
It Is generally admitted that the Creek
siderable anxiety 1» felt over his con- ,
from town: 3» mile to school. Bradfield. armed with a shotgun, Eugene.
near Creswell today after at
Salem, Or., March 22.—Forty or church has been treated fairly
and tending business in Eugene.
May 13.—Tri-state meet at Eu
Price according to what you buy. forced Chandler to go away.
Shooting was heard last night «t gene.
Miss Miller went east yeaterda) fifty iaen are employed by the Ore witlj every consideration. The for-!
See J. B. Eggen, 474 Willamette
Mr. and Mrs W J. Holbrook went
and sine« leaving his side, ho hoe gon Electrl<- In doing the preliminary iiwr Using Emanuel, too, has been to Creswell today after visiting at
May’ 27.—Conference meet at
M-24 Chandler's place and it Is thought U«
I may have killed someone. He is! Portland.
been constantly calling for her. 3h<> work before actual coqptructlon Is dealt with magnanimously and has the home of Professor Parker in Eu
BARGAIN IN LAND—Over 75 acres still at large, armed fclth a rifle !
1» expected back soon and It Is « \- begun or contracts are let. The work ! been awarded all of his personal gene.
choice McKenzie bottom land, and as automatic pistol^
fleeted thnt the poet will bo more Is being pushed with all possible ) property. The gnly serious differ
Mrs J. K. Davidson has arrived' of
Sheriff Geer and a posse are! OKLAHOMA HAS
ence of opinion among the govern from Parsons, Kansas, and will re- i adapted for hops, vegetables, small
fruits, cherries; small house and searching for him. but the rough and
Ml»« Miller has definitely decided ( Four right-of-way men rre work*- ment officials is on the question of! side in Eugene with I. N. Parker and
barn; over 35 acres are cleared heavily timbered country makes his
will not have her father »«■•' 'Qg overtime This is slov work, as universal suffrage, some of the min- family.
and free from stumps; possession capture a difficult task.
hl« famoua home, known; the ptoperty owner« have a lot of utt-r» advocating the Imposition of i
can be got now, at $72 per acre,
1» Th«- He'.htH
,.n the- u
question* they wish answered. The Tne test of literacy.
with his wife and son. who have
Terms on small part of purchase
Ide back of Oakland, but will have Imol must be surveyed and blueprints
Muskogee. Okla., March 22.—Ok
been visiting in Eugene for the past
price. Address "Owner," care of
llm taken to a home she will pre- mad««.
lahoma's first state automobile show
>are for hint In a more closely net-
Four surveying crows are at work
has been installed in Convention
L. 8. Hill, of the Brown Lumber
MARRIES YOUNG MAN company
The continually and several engineers are
at Cottage Grove, passed FOR SALE—Good,
♦ hall, occupying 15.000 square feet of
ihystclans said today that It »m kept busy tabulating and working up
.of t*!* r,ty. !♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ floor space, and will be formally op
through Eugene today on his way
livered to I any.
irohablo thnt Miller would never the data collected. I)l«trl< t Atorney I Reversal of Usual Order in the to Portland.
ened this evening
Leave orders at Thirteenth street I
igain see tho homo where he hns John H. McNary, legal representa
To form the splendid dramatic through the week. The farmers of
W. D. Farnsworth and family, re
market, or phone 883.
tive of tho Oregon Electric, hardly
lied for almost half a century.
cent arrivals here from Spokane, left FOR SALE—First-class baled oat and vocal organization which will the state are highly prosperous and
It was a hard blow for Mina Mil gets time to «Jeep.
present "The Merry Widow." at Eu the dealers represented at the show
last evening for Forest Grove, where
hay; 4 1-2 tons, at Overlook sta gene theatre, Saturday, April 1st, expect to sell many cars tor use in
"1 «lid not realise how much there
er tn give up her study of art In
they will reside.
tion, Callege Hill car line.
m23 ll -nry W Savage has drafted the [ the agricultural districts. The In
<ew York, but »he has decided that wuh in a problem of this kind, but, New York. March 22.—A reversal
Mrs. F. L. DeGraff, of Portland,
lor father shall never l>« found •irk we uro rushing It along as fast 3M of tho usimi order in May-and-Dec- after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. FOR SALE—-20 acres good bottom i best of the numerous artists under ■ dians of eastern Oklahoma, who a
nd alor.*< again.
Wo can," said Mr. McNary,
eniber matrimonial alliances is like A. V. Gulllford. in Eugene, returned
land in Pleasant Hill section: 13 his managerial direction. Mabel Wil-! few years ago were buying hearses
ly to be the outcome of the romance home last evening
acres in cultivation, balance wood her who will appear in the titular as pleasure vehicles, are also mani
Judge L. T. Harris. District At
involving Mr». Clifford Barney, ag
and pasture; new, small, two- role of the ueligbtful Viennese oper festing great interest in motoring
ed fifty-seven, the widow of an Ohio torney E. R. Bryson and Court Re
room cabin and well, fenced,! etta. Is ace »tinted the best of the and dozens of wealthy redskins now
HORSE RACING GAME
banker and prominent in Washing porter 8. M. Calkins have gone to
close to school: price including many prima donnas who have been own handsome touring cars. A par
OVER GAME LAWS
ton and New York society, and ! Corvallis to hold court.
crop. $100 per acre. Address A. seen in the part. Charles Meaklns. | ade of decorated automobiles will be
who will appear as Danilo has been t a feature of show week.
T. T. Black, president of the Wal
Dominick Hemmick, a
Ash, Creswell R. F. D., No. 1.
IS GONE FOR GOOD Christian
portainen Are Entirely Up in
twenty-six year old
of do Lake Irrigation and Power com
M-24 with "The Merry Widow" ever since!
its American premiers, and has play-'
Washington. Reports from Paris to- pany. is here from Montana visiting
the Air About Open
FOR SALE—1909 Cadlallac; top ed
Lehar _ ’s BASEBALL PLAYER
day state that th orderly v widow and his family for a few days.
glass front .speedometer, bumper' masterpiece: R. E. Graham. F. Frear,
11. F. Mcnsor. of Portland, after
wooer will he
Now York, March 21. Horse-rac her impassioned yffhng
in front, electric lights, magneto.1 »nd p. J McCarthy, who played the
ing is dead In New York state for married the latter part of April, a visit in Eugene, returned home
double ignition svstem. good tires: three chief comedy roles in the ori-
Owing to th« passage of many this year nt least. The jockey club when the month s residence clause today. He was accompanied by his
has been run 8000 miles, newly gtnal New York company are pro
ame and fish laws by the last legis Issueil a statement tonight baying| of the French i marriage laws has niece. Miss Clarice Hancock.
Hot Springs, Ark.. March 21.—
painted; in first class shape. Only grammed among the cast that will be While endeavoring to score in a
Miss Fannie DeGroot, of Rose- !
Dure, and (he veto of more than that because of adverso legislation it been fulfilled, Mru. Barey, who has
playwright, artist,, hug, after a visit in Eugene and
practice game today, Severoid. of
«If the number by the governor, had been decided to make no applica non fame as a
DnBois Auto Co.. Seventh and Da ed by many of America's foremost: the Cincinnati Nationals, ran into
and dabbler in the "oicult", has two! Springfield, took the noon train fori
here is a general misunderstanding tion for datcB.
Catcher T. Clark, of the second
in the part of sportsmen as to the
This news came out almost nimul- grown daughters, I.aura and Nntalie,, Astoria, where she will visit friends.)
Peter McCabe, one ot the sub-con WANTED—Three apprentice girls role of De Jolidon. while Ivy Scott, a team, with the result that Clark is
Imo of open and dosed season* and taneously with reports from New Or who hove been spending the winter
Thej tractors on the Natron extension who1
In millinery business at on< e. Mrs.
in a hospital tonight, suffering with
liuch confusion has resulted, Deni leans thnt horse owners believe the in Pnrls with their mother.
Summers, 84 East Ninth street.
concussion of the brain.
ire report thpt few purchases gra sport beyond redemption there. Tho Barneys recently gained consider has been at Eureka. Cal., looking af
In addition to this case of rare
He may not live long.
ieing made for the reason that the Jo, key club announcement, signed able notoriety from tho report thnt a ter another contract, arriied in Eu-! ___________
excellence, the forthcoming produc
rtajorify of their patrons do not b«- by A. Daingerfield, secretary, says: piece of statuary exposed to public gens this morning.
tion of "The Merry Widow" will be
Dr. B. F. Scaiefe returned this!
leva that the trout reason will op-
"At a meeting of the representa clew In the front yard of their
glass front, speedometer, bumper | embellished by an ensemble that has i BIG DOG SHOW !N
tives of th«« Coney Island Jockey club, Washington homo had been posed forenoon from Cottage Grove where
n until May 1st.
' won the pseudonym of "America’s !
he was called to »e«« a woman south
The attempt tn extend the date of tin« Brooklyn Jockey club, the West for by one of the Barney girls.
double ignition system, good tires; pennant-winning
Mrs. Barney is an adherent of the of there .and left this afternoon for
he rinsed aeiison for trout fishing chester Racing association, th<> Sara
has been run 8000 miles, newly Two orchestras will interpret Le-
Hitll May 1st was Ineffectual. The toga association, the Queens County Bahaist cult, a strange religion im Blackley to see another patient.
Miss Clara Johnson. J. J. Johnson
painted; In first class shape. Only har's score; the Savage grand opera
San Francisco, March 22.—En
bason now. as in the past, will open Jockey club, the Empire City Racing ported from tho orient, and one of
$1000 f. o. b. Portland. Menzies- I orchestra under the able direction tries close this evening for what
n April let. Salmon trout may be association and lb«' Metropolitan her daughters is high priestess of and R. P. Redding, of Marcola. were!
DnBois Auto Co.. Seventh and Da
promises to be the biggest dog showr
aught at any time, and the governor Jockey club, held today, it was decid
vis streets., Portland. Ore.
M-24 Hungarian Troubadours, who were ; ever held on the Pacific coast. The
lied, with his approval, the bill ed to make no application to the »a it rannot be alleged that he is ac wedding of Tohe Littrell and Miss
Imported from Buda-Peth for this'
! exhibition is on the thirteenth an-
thlch allows Dolly Varden trout to Stale Ruelng eoiiiiniaslon for racing
FOR SALE Good city lots with company.
wooing of the aged lady, He is a i
I nual one of San Francisco Kennel
« caught in any month. The law in dates.
and without building, at low
club, and will open a week from to-
“As the so-called directors' liabil
elation to Dolly Vardens, however,
prices. Also choice suburban acre-
United State« consul
at Geneva, HAD TOOTH PULLED
morrow and continue three days.
Mil not go Into effect until the let- ity law remains on tho statute books, Switzerland.
The national dog breeders’ associa-
the same reason exists, as in Septem
►r part of May.
Mrs. Barney s
The »almon season for hook ami ber. 1910, for keeping the course of Clm'innatl 1
t,on has S'ven lts sanction to the
Hill store. Good large house and'
ne fishing la now open and will con- closed, and it was further divided to whiskey distiller and proprietor of
New York, March 22. Those who
barn on place,
Ittue so until April 16th, when it niako this public announcement."
IMko's theater. As a girl, Mrs. Bar brag of the swiftness of the metrop
_That! WANTS $20,000 FOR~
dll close for two weeks.
olis find it difficult to reconcile their 160 acres near Pleasant Hill high'
Omaha. Neb., March 22.—That
Racing Gon««: I’mk to lie Mold
statement with the existence of
40 acres In crop, 1H Nebraskans
New Orloans, March 21 When the
horse cars, which are still in use on I
acres young orchard, 50 acres degree of prosperity than ever be
'directors of4he New Orleans Jockey lt»r. Returning to America, she mar many thoroughfares. It is a stand-'
timber, 70 acres open pasture; 1 fore is evidenced by the greatly in
« lub meet next Thursday it is report-
banker. He died about seven years
creased demand for diamonds and Ben Selling Has $8,000 Now,
BY GRAND JURY led they will consider a plan to dis- ago,
Price $50 per acre.
leaving five million dollars to hurry use their legs instead of the
other precious stones, say the retail
I pose of the City I’ark racing plant.
But Thinks He Should
widow and $2,600,000 to each of
jewelers of the state, who are
Medford, Or., March 21. (lover-1 I It is Mid
sai«l the owners do not believe bis
sengers on a Stanton street car were |
modern improvements; only hotel ing their annual convention hold-
hr West accepted service at tho racing can bo revived in this stale. his daughters.
made somewhat peevish when the
is town and doing a fine business. today.
lands of Rherlff Jone» while in Med-
conductor stopped his conveyance at
For sale at a very reasonable'
brd Monday and appeared before
OF 0. FOOTBALL
There has been collected by Ben
a corner, left his car. and entered
he Jackson county grand jury In I ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Selling of Portland. $8000 for the
a building nearby, where he remain
Geo. Melvin Miller,
riHwer to its summons, only to find
famine sufferers of China, but there
ed about ten minutes. When he fin
Room 20 McClung Bldg.
h»t they had l»»ued a subpoena to |
MEDFORD ENGINEER ally reappeared he was tenderly
are still 212.000 desired by Selling
Cor. Eighth and Willamette.
to complete the $20,000 which he
bnder their official thanks to him
♦, Olen Arnspiger, civil engineer, nursing his jaw with one hand.
hr vetoing tho Pierce fish bill which
believes Oregon should contribute
When a grump passenger complain
will be named by Mayor Canon at ed at the delay, the fa re-col lector.1 FOR SALE—S. C. White Leghorns;
lotild havo re-opened Rogue river
San Franciseo. March 22.—Mias for the relief of the starving Chl-
heavy layers: large birds; large Flora Wilson, daughter of the sec nese. Of the $8000, Selling already
h commercial fishing.
At tho home of tile bride s parents,! tonight's session of the Medford in surprise, at such indecent haste,
It is explained that he had had a tooth
eggs. Eggs for hatching, 21-25 for retary of agriculture, gave a concert has cabled $5000, and since has
I While here Governor West took Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Miles, a few council as city engineer.
15. G. P. Simmons. Route 1, Box here today. Miss Wilaon is a singer gathered $3000.
bps to rush building of an adequate miles west Of Eugene. March 21,; thought that the council will confirm ache, and had merely stopped to
44, Springfield, Oregon.
a8 of great ability and created a sensa
have the offending molar extracted, i
Bhway at the Ament dam.
1911, Robert R. Gibson and Miss Re-. him without debate.
Mr. Arnspiger has been a resident Apparently satisfied that such an
tion at the recent song recital for been sen^ to him by individuals, but
Mera I. Mlles, H. N. Mount <»fftclat-|
Fire, started In the Harriman
the most has had to be secured by
f*ne of the finest houses to Im •ng Tho groom 1« » member of tho I of thia city for the past three years. explanation would satisfy any reas
personal solicitation by Selling him
• lit tn Portland this year will ho firm <’f Gibson Bros., proprietors of Ho worked under City Engineer Fos onable person, the conductor pulled there' storeroom at Charleston, 111.,
A marriage ¡Icense was granted self. He says he has not quit, and
•r Bishop Bradding, to cost $20,- the grocery store and moat market! ter for nearly a year and Is well ad the bell-rope and the car ambled on Sunday afternoon, destroyed seven
its way. By this time, with a run of! buildings and 1500 tons of broom yesterday to Tobe
-ittrell and will not until the fund is consider
l<*. Jt. will bo on Portland Heights. .t the corner of Weat Fifth and favorably known.—Medford Mall.
Arnspiger is a former University good luck, tho passengers have prob- corn, oausing a loss estimated at Miss Lela P. Irwin, both of Mar ably larger; in fact he wauts to see
I will be of brick and English, half Blair streets, »nd the bride Is a pop-
220,000 before ba closes the books.
ably reached their destinations.
^ular young lady oi bar communitj. [ of Oregon football star.