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MEDFORD MATL TRIBUNE, MISOTORP; OmsCJON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 3911
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL)
Mi, and Mm, A, A. DiivIh ami Heolt
Iliivln left Tuemliiy to vlt.lt tlio 111k
Hdml Mllllni; ooiiiimny'H mill ut Dnv
onpot t, Wn,
Dr, J, (, Uolilo nml Mm, Uolilo
linvo rottirnod flow u vIhII to Iloil
OIiIiiohu Bucrod Llllon nml Juiuuicnu
nlr iilnntu nt Hromlluy'n. Phono
10, II. IIiukohm mid J. It. llarlxitir
Ion Tiii'mluy on u IiiiiiIiiohh trip to
Buy or rout n Slnwr to tnnko tlio
clilldroiiB now iichool clot hen. Phono
Mm, 'Horn Welch mid iliitiKhtur,
Adit, lurt for Portlmid wlmro Minn
Welch will nttund tlm Ht. Mnry'M nc
iidoiny, At tlio Sign or Yo Nifty.
Mm, Kllzaliutli I'nto of Kdmonton,
Cunudii, who Iiiim been vliiltlng lior
tlntiiclitur, MrH. Klorn Welch, left for
Portland whom iilio will iipond tlio
Hmiltnry French Dry donning
Dr. H. 1). 1'lcltol Iiub loft for a vlHlt
at Poiidloton, Ho will attend a moot
Iiik of tlio Hlato board of health,
Tho W. G. T. U. of Oregon will
hold a Htato convention In Modford
October 5-10, 1911.
Krntik Hrown of ISnglo oPInt wait
a recoil I vlnltor In Modford on a brief
800 It. A. Holmcii, Tlio Insurance
Man, over Jackson County bank.
John Hall McKay left for a business
trip Houth Wednesday.
Cnrkln & Taylor (John II. Cnrkln,
Olonn 0. Tnyior), attornoy-at-law,
over Jackson County Hank Building,
Kriink V. Kvors of Ashland wiih a
recent Modford vlHltor.
At the Sign of Yo Nifty.
ChnrlcH Vincent of tho Applognto
wan In Modford Tuesday on IiiihIiiobh.
LadleH, havo your milt tnado by
tho Ilorlln l.ndlon Tailoring Co., nt
ContrnI Point, Or. 173
Jack Potom, ono of tlio oldost rcsl
deutH of the lllg Hutto district wan a
recent visitor In Modford.
Sanitary Kronch Dry Cleaning
Clarence Hellan, spent Wednesday
In Modford on business, ,
Do not overlook thin. Tho Fish
Market will sell ovory day this woolc
halibut and ling cod at 1 conlH por
lb.; salmon, irc por lb.; spring
chickens 20o;po lb..; creamery but
ter 30c'pcr lb. Kippered salmon for
lunch KOodH fresh ovory day. Mo'is
lor & Kontworthy. 112.
William C. Doono of Grants Pass
left Modford Wednesday morning on
IiIh way to Crater Lake. Ho waa ac
companied by IiIh daughter, Miss Mar
garet and Hon, Norman.
Anyono wishing a thoroughbred
colllo dog should address "Kalr
Tho ladles of tho W. C. T. U. will
meet ntt ho Daptlst church Thursday
nt 3 o'clock. AH nioinbors are urgqd
to bo present to mako plans for tho
Saturday tho W. C. T. U. will hnvc
n Halo of homo cooking at Warner,
Wrotman & Gore's store. Sale com
monccH nt 10 o'clock.
A complete lino of fall millinery
on display Thursday. Hundett Sis
torn, 103 N. Central avenuo. 149
Fall nillllnory Bhowlng Thursday.
Hundlott SIstorH. 149
Prof. O'Uimi haa loft to Inspect the
oVrhnrdB on upper Hoguo rlvor.
' Walt and buy your not pair of
Bhoos at "Il-lfiig'B." ICO
W. n. Wilson of Trull spent Tuos
'duy lu Modford.
! Judgo W. S. Crowell lenvoa Thurs
day for a fortnight visit at Nowport.
Thoro arc hundreds of suits In and
about tho city of Mcdford that can bo
made presontablo and vory useful by
bringing or Bonding thorn to tho'Pnn
torluni, No. 5 No. Klrth stroot. The
cost Is but nominal, na comparod
with tho cos of now clothoa, and you
will bo surprised how woll thoy will
look aftor wo got through with thorn.
Phono, Pacific, 244 2; Homo phono
Weeks & McGowan Co.
i I)? Phone M71
fflfht PltoNM F. W. WmIc M71.
A, . Orr, MM.
JOHN A. PERL
Undertaker and Embalinor
Successor to tho undertaking do-J
partmont of Modford Furnlturo Co.
Office 28 South Ilartlott Street i
Telephones; day, Boll 471) night
..- y-i.ii inn tt.. ian T
ruBiuuiiuw, uvu ( i;uwa i-. 4
Calls answered night or day i
i, A. Nowell, ladles' tailor, Itoom
in, P. O. Uulldlng. 174
lining released from jury duty
JaiiK'M Korslinw Iiiih roliirned to his
homo on Anllopo after a vlnlt of two
wueks In Meiirord,
It. II, ParnoiiB Iiiih loft for a visit
In California. M, h, Hrleksoii, sup
urvlnor of tho Crater National For
est, will leave Monday on an Inspec
tion trip through the foiest.
11. J, Aydlolt Iiiih returned from u
visit (0 Squaw I,nko.
Harry Porter, Fred Strang and
Vance Colvlg are visiting nt Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Davis have
left for a visit north, They will fltop
Hoveral days at Senttle.
Fred N. Ciimmliigs Iiiih returned
from a visit at Portlmid.
I3very hIioo will he now nnd up-to-dato
uL "H-llng's." lfiO
I). II, Dromey, formerly manage
of the local offlco of tho Pacific Tele
phone company, now general mauagoi
of an Independent company In Brit
ish Columbia, Is lu Mcdford spending
Arthur (Jenry "leaves this evening1
to nssumo IiIh duties iih grnduato man
ngor of athlotlcM at tho University of
Portland' Business Men To Stop At
Rogue River Valley Cities Enroutt
To Klamath Falls Will Be Hen
Two impel tunl trade excursion
Imve just been mapped out by Port
laud IniBincHH men to interior poiutt
which will bring the metropolis int.
closer touch with the Htnte. Th
first in to Klaiualli Falls where
Hpecial train will lie run, nod th
other is to HuriiH. ICaeli junket wi
ho made up of prominent men, head
of firms in most cases, mid wi
have for it object the bringiu
about of closer relations throntr
getting belt!' nc(uaiuted with th
Tlio special train to Klamath Fal'
will Jeavo Portland .September '2'
returning September 20. Stops wi
he made ut the following cities: A
bnny, Omuls I;ish, Mcdford, Aah
laud, Klmnatli Falls, Kugciio inn
Corvallis. It will bo known as tb
Thrco-Duy Oregon excui-sion.
The excursionists havo arrange
to spend several hours nt Grant
Pass in order I hut the members ol
the party will have opportunity o
visiting the nierehauts with ,who
ihoy ure doing business.
The ,trip to Hurns will follow i
the excursionists leaving Septembi
110, going ns far as Iledmoud by rai
where Ilicy will take nutos for Bom
and on (o Burns. At the bitter pine
tho meeting of tho Central Orego
Development league will bo held Oe
tober 2 and II. The return trip wi
bo inmlo by nuto to Prairio Citj
tlionco by mil to Baker nnd buck t
-Notlco Is horoby glvon that R. D
Hoko of Contral Point, Oregon, hai
been duly appointed administrator o
tho estato of Eugono D. Hoko of Loi
Angolon county, California, and It 1
horoby roquestod that any creditor)
Laving claims against said estato sha)
prosont tho eamo, with proper vouch
era, to R. H. Lincoln, at No, 401 Oar
nott-Coroy hulldlng,(Mcdford, Orogon
within six months from tho .dato o1
this notice, which dato 1b AugiiBt 17
Carpenters Take Notice.
Mootlngs hereafter will bo held li
Smith's hall on North Grape St., 01
WodneBdny o'voning at 7:30 p. n
Plcaso favor ua with your presence
P. W. GIL.LKTT,
Roc. Sec'y. Local 1848.
Notice to Bathers,
Tlio Nat management wish to an
nomine that owing to the conditio!
of tho weather nnd tho groat o.
poiiBo of heating tho wntor, whieb
(00 cold for bathing until heated, th
plunge will bo open for business ovoi"
Saturday nnd Sunday until furthoi
notioo. Fresh water will bo put tin
pluugo every Fridav night and heated
for thoao two days.
Look for the ad that calls for you
-nmonir tho help wnnted ads.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Wanted Will pay cash for first
olnsa power spray outfit,
OlIAS. TSdUIRQ, Box 1)2,
President FalHcres Approves Rejec
tion Of Kaiser's Demands In Mo
roccan AffairNo Real Intima
tion As To Deadlock.
PATRIOTISM RUNS HIGH
IN SUPPORTING CABINEt
Persistant Rumors Are Afoat That
Momentocs Step Is To Bo
PAIU8, Sept. 1. 'J. President Fill
liercs approved today Franco's re
ply to the demands of Germany it
Morocco, which reply probably wil
be sent to Berlin tomorrow.
It is known that the reply inti
mutes that Germany asks more ii
i-oiiccHsioiis than Franco can possibl)
concede. There is as yet no reu
intimation us to bow tho dendlocl
.vill end, but Franco is muking a'
(reparations for whatever the fit
lure may devcop.
On account of the massing of tb
French army oil the Gorman frantic
mder the cover of "innncuveiv" a
France is today discussing the Gei
man demands in Morocco and na
liiHial feeling runs high in suppoi
if the cabinet for declining to be
iwod by the Kuiser's implie
Persistent rumors ore nflont thn
'Vance is hovering on the verge .
taking somo momentous step, nm
nn electrical thrill is in the air it
ho foreign office.
Although the ministers refuse t
nnko known tho action of tlio enhi
tot upon the reply prepnrcd by for
lign minister, OoSelves, it is ru
norcd tlinf all the ministers accord
d fullest approval.
- FOR SHRIHERS
Members Of Mystic Shrine Fran A!
Sections Of State Wil Greet Im
perial Potentate In This City Oi
When John F. Trent, El Zugx
temple, Fargo, N. I) imperial polen
tuto of North Amotion, arrives i:
this city to attend tho ceremonial 1
bo held September 25, be will b
greeted by Nobles of tho Mysti
3Jirinc from various parts of Orcgoi
mil Northern California. Lorn
Shi'incrs havo arranged for severe
special trains from nearby point
ind arc now endeavoring to havo 1
special train arranged for Shrinon
from Portlmid mid Willametto val
At a reeenl meeting of tlio 0,0m
nit tees having in charge' tlio grocliiu
tnd entertainment of visitors, ai
veil as the stunts to bo pulled of
luring the day, much progress wnf
rcportod. Nothing is being over-,
'ooked which will make tho firs I
oilgiimngo of Shriners to Mcdford. 1
success. Tho Nntntorium will bi
M10 scene of tho greater part of tli
fun, but thoro will bo n great den'
for tlio public to onjoy, tho princi
pal opeh nir stunt being 'a lingo pa
'ade. This parade as all arranger'
by Shrinors, will bo most notertnin
ing (ind jirobably the entire popula
tion of tho city will bo out to see il
vCAUILLAC, Mich., Sopt. 3.- Thir
ty porsona aro Injured nnd six sorl-
ously; sixty dwelling houses and
buslnoss buildings lovollod aud prop
erty damaged to tho oxtont of moro
than $500,000, aro tho results of a
oyclono which struck tlio town of Ho.
tyart, In Woxgord county, lost night,
according to advices received horo
Louis Wer.zol and throo othor
members of tlio family wore buried
under tho dqbris when tho post of
fice building waa demolished. All
probably will die. 9
Look for the ad that offers it to
von, Beoond-bmid. nt ral Imrgaini
uiiauuift (or Hernia.
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City Dads Will Ask Southern Pacific
To Placi) Gongs On Various Street
Crosslnrjs In City To Prevent Fur
Ah tho result of iccent accidents
on the croHsiiigHjili this city the city
dads will mpicsT. the Southern Pil-
cifio fompmiy to place , warning
gongs at the several street crossings
ill this city in order to prevent future
accidents like Hint which occurred
last week when the automobile of Dr.
It. W. Stearin) 'was demolished on
the Jnekson boulevard crossing. The
matter was brought befoic the city
dads Tuesday evening by Councilman
Miller mid action will be taken at
In many oilier cities in the slnte
nlnrm gongs have' been placed at nil
crossings by tho railroad company
which make it impossible for mi nc
cident to occur",' jroiilcil a driver is
hot dcrtf. Wjflrthc approach of a
train an alarm isJKOiuidcd which can
he heard a great distance mid this
would keep drivers, from tho rtneks.
Greek Must Serve From Six Months
To Ten Years For Shooting Peter
Ruchlas Griffin Trial Under
September 17 New Building Wil Be
Thrown Open To Public For In
spectionHotel Will' Open For
For Bhootiiigf;Petcr Kuchias in a
railroad camp' near Butte Falls
about three months ago Peter Jnne
tos who was fouiid guilty Monday,
was sentenced by Judge Calkins to
servo an indeterminate sentence in
the stnte penitentiary this morning
from six months o ten years. Jano
tos may endeavor to secure a new
D. J.-Griffiu,jyniii is on triahtod.iy
for rnllliimr ?fnri .T T?n.1,1,.'o ,v...
slry store on the night of Jjily 4, will
iirobnbly know his fate bofore dark.
The case will go to the jury this af
ternoon. Tomorrow the enso against Pctor
liozus for ntcinptcd bribcrj', will
snrt. Tho ease against George Bo
R for murder, has been continued
until October 10. y
. FAIR BUaOERS
SAN FRANCISCO, Sopt. 13. Pro
'esslonal and private business dlror
jnces aro todny attributed for tno rea
lon of John Gnlen Howard, William
Oyrlott and Albert Plssls threatening
o resign from tho board of architects
if of tho aPnama Pacific Exposition
ioro unless Willis Polk leaves tho
-matrmanship of tho board.
Tho fnlr directors havo called a
nootlng to endeavor to settlo tho trou
ble, which is tho first that has ap
peared In connection with tho man
igomont of tho big fair.
Howard was an architect at tho So
Next, Suiidity, September 17, will
bo inspection day at the new Hold
Mcdford. On that date all who wish
to go over the new building which is
the finest hotel in the state outsjdc
of Portland' will be admitted and
hIiowii about the various floors. The
hotel will be opened for busiuesi
The new building is finished hand
somely while the furnishings arc 111
keeping with the general high tone
of the building. Great progress is
being made on completing tho muny
little odds and ends which alone re
main to be finished. The furnish
ing of tiie upper floors is practical
ly complete and the housekeeper has
been at work several days .dennitif!
up. Sunday, inspection day, will see
practically everything iinibhcd.
BODY OF KIDNAPPED
GIRL FOUND IN LAKE
MOOSE TO POT ON
A MINISTREL SHOW
Tlio Loyal Order of MoOso nt a
meeting Tuesday evening made ar
rangements with O. J. Wilson to put
op a minstrel show at the 6pcra
house on tho evening of October I)
and '1. Kchearsnls will begin ut the
new Moose Hall next Monday evening.
Repairing of all stringed Instru
ments. Violin ropalrlng a specialty.
Corner of 8th and Central avenue.
Chas Harris. 177
HEFF TRADES FM j
. mm 111
Porter J. NefC Urn cltHWt' M
whoroby ho secures the prprty i
tlio corner of Sixth and -GfttfK,
street owned by J. 11 Woddford 34rt
Woodford secures in rejunl 'prpr
ly on west Main street, now onmt
pied by tlio Wnrdrobo. Mr. Naff )ih
no iinnoiiiiccmcn to make at preWit
regarding future plauj involving thc
property, further than the fact tlmt
lie intends to erect btiaiiiesg houw
on it at somo futitro date.
Hasklnn tor Health.
MADISON, Wis., Sept. 12. Great
crowds attended the funeral here
today of Annie Lcmbergcr, the 7-year
whose body was found floating in
the lake. While Mo arrests have,
been made, several suspects are
being watched, and detectives are
straining every nerve to apprehend
the slayer. It is believed that vio
lence will bo offered by the excited
people should any arrests be made.
Sheriff Hrown believes the crime was
tho work of a degenerate.
Hasklns for Health'.
Who would like to earn a flno pi
ano as part of salary and balanco of
salary cash each month? Party who
can play piano and do typewriting
would be preferred. All applications
will receIvo consideration. Call be
tween tho hours of 8 and 9 a. m. tlio
remainder of this week at 217 West
. Main street. . , ,
HALE'S PIANO HOUSE.
In tho presence of a largo nubber
of friends Miss Elizabeth R. Folgor
aud Mr. Ira J. Dodgo of this city
woro married Tuesday evening at tho
homo of tho bride's parents on West
Main stroot, Rev. Lucas oficiated. Tho
wedding was 0110 of tho leading so
cial ovonts of tho soason.
Tho young couplo aro vory well
known in .Modford, each having a
host of friends, Miss Folgor Is ono
of tho leaders In tho younger social
sot of tho city while1 Mr. Dodgo Is
ono of Med ford's prominent young
business men. The couplo will mako
a short wedding tour of California
and thon will return to rosldo In a
j andsomo bungalow just comploted by
Mr, Dodgo on tho Jacksonville road,
DO YOUR FALL SHOPPING
ones, Special.. veJ
CENTRAL AVE. NEAR P. 6.
Money Saving Bargains Thursday
ANOTHER PETTICOAT SALE.
Thursday wre place on sale 100 women's
black Sateen Petticoats. Beautiful
Sale price each
NEW SJIT SALE
50 Women's brand new fall and winter
Suits, made of Serges and Fancy mix
tures; all sizes and colors,
$20.00; Sale Price, each..
u. x' u.uoty im.v-
Special Sale of Women's and Men's Umbrellas
worth $1.25, sale
steel rod Para
gon frame Um
$1.50, sale price
See the new '"In
Its a winner.
Warm Bedding for Cold Weather
Grey Cotton Blankets,
Grey and white Cotton
Blankets, large size,
Wo carrv the eclobrated
Star" Woolon Blankets.
Good heavy Comforters,
Fine Silkoline Comforters,
filled with white cotton,
Special ! '... ,
3 lb. Stitched Bats, special, oach....89q
Good heavy out
Heavy Bath Robe
New Fall Drega
!! Does This Suit You
All work guaranteed saltsiactory. If It Is not your money la
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All gr5aso cups kept full ana all bolta kept tight without ox- t
Z tra charge nhovo storage.
LONE RED AUTO COMPANY
BIUIiKBV & GRIFFITH, Props. 110 S. BARTLETT.
B AGGAGEAND EXPRESS
HENRY M, MARSH
All orders promptly attended to night, or day; Short'
and long hauls. Moving lousehola gooa ipaiarty
Office 51 FrMt
Pacific 4171 HQwe 81 XesMil
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